The right ways to terminate a lease
03/10/2015 | Author: Editorial Staff
There are several reasons why a landlord and tenant may terminate a lease, but they may not know the proper steps to do so. The March issue of Texas REALTOR® magazine outlines four legal ways to terminate a lease:
- After the lease expires
- When the tenant and landlord agree on termination
- When someone breaches the lease
- By law
Find out details about each in “4 legal ways to terminate a lease,” and get additional information by downloading the slides and audio from the webinar “Lease Termination and Special Statutory Rights” on texasrealestate.com.
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