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(a) A landlord may terminate a lease executed or renewed after June 15, 1981, if:
(1) the tenant or occupant of the leasehold uses the property for an activity for which the tenant or occupant or for which an agent or employee of the tenant or occupant is convicted under Chapter 43, Penal Code, as amended; and
(2) the convicted person has exhausted or abandoned all avenues of direct appeal from the conviction.
(b) The fee owner or an intermediate lessor terminates the lease by giving written notice of termination to the tenant or occupant within six months after the right to terminate arises under this section. The right to possess the property reverts to the landlord on the 10th day after the date the notice is given.
(c) This section applies regardless of a term of the lease to the contrary.
Cite this article: FindLaw.com - Texas Property Code - PROP § 91.003. Termination of Lease Because of Public Indecency Conviction - last updated April 14, 2021 | https://codes.findlaw.com/tx/property-code/prop-sect-91-003/
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