What are the legal grounds for evicting a tenant in Texas?


A lease agreement is a contract under Texas law.  Consequently, to evict your tenant who is under a lease agreement, they must have breached the lease agreement. In Texas, the most common reason to evict a tenant is for failure to pay rent. Another predominant reason is when a tenant stays in the property even after the lease has expired.


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