Can I evict a tenant if there is no lease agreement in Texas?


Yes. Even without a lease, you can evict a tenant. Because there is no lease or rental agreement, a landlord or property manager can evict a tenant for any reason. The only legal provision would be that a proper notice must be given to the tenant being evicted.

Just like a tenant with an existing lease, evicting a tenant without a lease can become a full-blown eviction suit especially if the initial steps such as delivering an eviction notice was not done in accordance with Texas law.

Whether or not you are evicting a tenant with or without a lease, it’s best to do so with the help of knowledgeable eviction experts. Texas Eviction can help you avoid all the hassle and unwanted consequences of a messy eviction. Call us today to learn more.

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