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Texas Property Code - PROP § 54.046. Violation by Landlord

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If a landlord or the landlord's agent wilfully violates this subchapter, the tenant is entitled to:

(1) actual damages, return of any property seized that has not been sold, return of the proceeds of any sale of seized property, and the sum of one month's rent and $1,000, less any amount for which the tenant is liable;  and

(2) reasonable attorney's fees.

Cite this article: - Texas Property Code - PROP § 54.046. Violation by Landlord - last updated April 14, 2021 |

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