How long does an eviction appeal take in Texas?


The typical length of Texas eviction appeal cases vary by county depending on the judges, clerks, attorneys, and timing (such as if there are holidays in between). Generally, a landlord can expect an appeal to add somewhere between four and six weeks to the eviction process. It is not unheard of, however, for an appeal to add three or four months to the entire eviction process. It all depends on the specifics of the case and the court.

As eviction appeals can be long drawn, complicated, and quite the hassle to landlords and property managers, it is important to go through the process knowing the right procedures and a strategy for winning the case. Otherwise, you’ll have to re-do the entire case again if you lose the appeal.

For the best result and the least inconvenience, hire experienced eviction experts to help you through the eviction appeal process. We have won thousands of eviction appeal cases over the years and have the knowledge and experience to get you your property back and get rid of your problem tenant once and for all. Call us today to start.


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