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The Texas statute state the following:
Sec. 53.003. NOTICES.
(a) This section applies to notices required by Subchapters B through G and K.
(b) Any notice or other written communication may be delivered in person to the party entitled to the notice or to that party's agent, regardless of the manner prescribed by law.
(c) If notice is sent by registered or certified mail, deposit or mailing of the notice in the United States mail in the form required constitutes compliance with the notice requirement. This subsection does not apply if the law requires receipt of the notice by the person to whom it is directed.
(d) If a written notice is received by the person entitled to receive it, the method by which the notice was delivered is immaterial.So no. The law does not specify it must be by certified mail. It should either be hand delivered or it can be mailed via CMRRR
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