Texas apartment laws: if someone dies or is killed in an apartment--future tenant must be advised of such death?
Dallas, TX |
Under Texas laws if a prior resident or guest died in an apartment or even a single family home that afterwards you are renting to someone else---does the new tenants have to be advised of the prior death?
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