The Eviction Notice in Texas is formally called the "Notice to Vacate."
It is the form used to start the eviction process, and it must be done correctly in order to legally evict a tenant. You will deliver it to your tenant, and it will give them 3 days to vacate the property or else face an Eviction Lawsuit. Upon receiving this Notice to Vacate, most tenants either pay their rent (or correct other violations) or move out.
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