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If you have delivered an eviction notice to your tenant and they refuse to vacate your property, you must file an eviction suit at your local Justice of Peace Court after the grace period has elapsed which is generally three days in most cases. Your lease should include an agreed upon grace period in which your tenant must vacate your property after giving them an eviction notice.
It is best to hire eviction experts from the beginning of the process to ensure you send a valid eviction notice delivered according to the Texas Property Code. Failure to comply in detail can lead you to lose the eviction case which means your tenant can occupy your property longer regardless of your attempt to evict them. If you need help with the eviction process in Texas, call our eviction experts today and we’ll get your tenant evicted as quickly and a cost effectively as possible.