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EvictionResources.com (www.evictionresources.com) offers two 100% FREE Universal Notices to Vacate (Eviction Notice). The only difference between the two is that one gives step by step instructions on how to properly fill out the eviction notice on your computer, and the other is a simple fill in the blank with a pen form. Both forms offered will hold up in an eviction suit against a tenant, as long as the landlord follows the Notice to Vacate (eviction notice) instructions, also provided by EvictionResources.com (www.evictionresources.com).
The Notice to Vacate (eviction notice) is the first step in the eviction process. The Eviction Notice is nothing more than a document explaining how the tenant needs to vacate the leased premises or they will faced with an eviction lawsuit. The Eviction Notice gives the tenant a certain number of days to leave, and if they do not, then the landlord may file an eviction suit. The landlord must give the Notice to Vacate to the tenant before he/she can even file an eviction suit against the tenant.
The Eviction Notice must be delivered in accordance with Texas law to be valid. There are a couple different ways you can deliver it, both described on Eviction Resources.com (www.evictionresources.com):
As explained on Eviction Resources.com (www.evictionresources.com), If you have a lease with a Tenant, check your lease to see how many days notice you must give a Tenant in the Notice to Vacate. The standard is 3 days, and if you do not have a lease with the Tenant, then it is 3 days. The clock starts ticking for them to vacate when the Notice is actually delivered (not when it is mailed). You MUST wait out your notice period (usually the 3 days) before you file your lawsuit.
Make 2 copies of the Notice to Vacate (eviction notice) before you deliver it. You will need one for the Court if you have to file a lawsuit (next section), and you need one for your records. If you personally deliver the Eviction Notice, it is a good idea to write on your copies what time of day you delivered it, and to whom you delivered it to. Check out more information about an eviction notice at www.evictionresources.com.
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