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I've read my lease and it doesn't say anything about that so does that still apply in my situation? Is this a TX Tenant law? Is there somewhere that I can print this out to show the apartment complex to protect myself? So if the apartment was rented immedietly then they cannot charge us the re-letting fee?
So I don't know if your statement is enough to satisfy the apartment owners. Is there somewhere that I can find this warranty of habibility by TX law so I can show them that? I realize you are a certified Lawyer in TX but I would feel better if I had some TX state law showing this to back up my letter.
I looked it up really quick and I did not see section 92 but it did say what you referred to about warranty of informing before signing about danger. Well that's hypothetically what it said. So I don't mean to be redundant but this is a TX court hearing that went into law and still applies today? This definitely applies to this situation? Please forgive me for asking repeatedly but I have not heard about anything from this company for 3 mos and I know I owe the rest of the water bill but the manager has stated 3 times that she has sent it by mail and by email but I have never received it. Is there anything I can do about that?
Okay I really appreciate your info but you said I could send this to my email. How do I do that and then I will rate you.
May I please have your name?
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