On what basis can my tenant appeal an eviction judgment in Texas?

 

Unfortunately for landlords and property managers in Texas, Texas law does not require tenants to state the basis of their appeal. Oftentimes, the tenant has no basis whatsoever and is just trying to stay in the property longer. Whether the tenant has good grounds for an appeal or not, the burden is still on the landlord to show they are entitled to immediate possession of the property.

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