How much does an eviction appeal cost in Texas?

 

Generally, the court that is being appealed from will set the cost of the appeal bond in its judgment that is being appealed. If a tenant cannot afford an appeal, they may instead file a document showing they are unable to pay. Even if they file these documents, they must still pay their monthly rent to the court during the appeal. However, during the appeal rent paid will be held at court until the case is concluded.

For landlords, the cost will vary based on the attorney that is hired. The cost for representation can range wildly. Our recommendation is to find an attorney that will represent you for a flat fee. That way, you know exactly how much it will cost. Expect to pay anywhere from $800-2500. 

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