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In cases where a written lease does not exist, but there is a verbal agreement between the landlord and the tenant, the landlord must still follow the Texas Property Code in order to evict a tenant. In these instances, the agreement is often considered a month to month lease which means the landlord must begin the eviction process by giving the tenant a properly written and delivered 30-day notice to vacate. If the tenant refuses to leave after the grace period, the landlord must file an eviction suit to lawfully remove the tenant from the property.