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Texas civil statutes

HomeReal Estate TexasTexas civil statutes

Real estate laws are diverse set of statutes, which include property as well as civil laws,

to support issues arising over aspects of land and property.

Legal issues surrounding real estate are filed under the civil laws and the time period required for filing a civil suit is called the statute of limitation.

Civil statute of Limitation:

Some of the Texas civil statutes of limitation for real estate in Texas for are as follows:

  • Breach of contracts:

Any breach in the rental agreements, which are written can be filed within 4 years.

  • Damage and injury to the personal property:

Issues like damage to the property or injuries to person can be filed within a time period of 2 years.

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