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Did you Know? In the State of Texas

Unless noted otherwise in a lease, the landlord must accept cash payments and offer a receipt for cash payments (Tex. Prop. Code § 92.011).
Unlike many states, there is no max amount landlords can charge for a security deposit (Tex. Prop. Code § 92).
Landlords must remedy bed-bug problems if tenants have informed them in writing, tenants are not late on rent, and the infestation was not caused by tenants (Tex. Health and Safety Code § 341.011 and 341.012).
A landlord must offer the tenant a written notice (underlined or in bold print) regarding the tenants’ rights in the event a landlord fails to make necessary repairs (Tex. Prop. Code § 92.056).
Landlords are required to give written notice of entry, but there is no notice period specified in Texas law (Tex. Prop. Code).
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