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Tags: eviction, rental agreement, tenant rights, landlord/tenant issues, landlord/tenant
Can the Better Business Bureau assist me in seeking an agreement between myself and the apartment complex that I currently reside in? The agreement would be concerning eviction policies and procedures.
Good Morning Deborah. I want to be clear, before I go any further, that you are communicating with Business Consumer Alliance (BCA), and not the Better Business Bureau (BBB) I do understand the confusion. Our services are similar, and our names are similar, but we are two separate entities, there is no affiliation. To answer your post, we do not draft agreements between landlords and tenants. I strongly recommend you look for an attorney familiar with Texas renter’s rights. A one on one consultation with an experienced attorney in evictions is the best course of action for you. If you feel that the apartment complex has violated your rights and is unfairly evicting you, now would be the time to provide proof to substantiate your claim. I would also like to suggest contacting the Texas City Housing Authority. They provide support to low-income, elderly and disabled residents. On their website, they provide a link to a great resource guide of Community Resources available to members of the community: http://www.tchousing.net/documents/emergencyAgencies.pdfDeborah, I hope this information is helpful and wish you the best of luck. Please contact me directly at firstname.lastname@example.org if I can be of further assistance.
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