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If you have a judgment against him for payment, then you can file a motion in court for a lien on his property and seek to seize his property in Texas to sell it to satisfy your judgment. As long as he owns property there, the court can allow you to seize that property and sell it for your judgment, since he is not living in the property as his primary residence (if he were you would be able to find him there to serve him there).
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