(1) take possession of;
(2) remove from a tenant's dwelling unit;
(3) deny a tenant access to; or
(4) dispose of;
a tenant's personal property in order to enforce an obligation of the tenant to the landlord under a rental agreement.
(b) The landlord and tenant may agree in a writing separate from the rental agreement that the landlord may hold property voluntarily tendered by the tenant as security in exchange for forbearance from an action to evict.
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