Can I evict a subtenant in Texas?

 

If you have specified that no subtenants outside of the names in the lease may live in your property, then your tenant is breaching the lease. In this case, you can file a suit against you tenant or evict your tenant for breaching the lease. If however, no such provisions exist in your lease or rental agreement, kicking out a subtenant may be more complicated.

In either case, you cannot evict the subtenant directly because they are not in a contract with you. This is why it’s important to ensure that your lease or rental agreement is written with help from a lawyer.

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