If the conditions are unloveable and/or the landlord refuses to make reasonable and necessary repairs than you can argue this is a constructive eviction.
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There is a procedure for terminating your lease early do to the landlord not repairing the premises. An outline of the statutory process is here: http://www.avvo.com/legal-guides/ugc/statutory-process-for-a-tenant-to-terminate-residential-lease-in-texas
However, your lease may have other rights or obligations regarding this situation, and they need to be followed as well.
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