Texas Eviction Hold Off Agreement is a template intended for preparation by the tenant. This document facilitates the negotiations between the landlord and the tenant, especially when a notice to vacate the rental premises is served to the tenant and/or evacuation suit is filed by the landlord.
The agreement is deployed in two ways by filling it accordingly. The first way of filling the agreement is to promise the repayment of the unpaid rent in equal portions mutually agreed and convince the landlord not to file the eviction suit or dismiss if already filed. The other portion of the Agreement is intended to provide a promised relief to undo the wrong/lease violation. The tenant needs to correct the violation as guaranteed in this undertaking to prevent filing eviction suit or dismiss it upon signing the agreement. Both the tenant and the landlord must sign the Texas Eviction Hold Off Agreement in good faith and it is binding on both upon signing.
Texas Eviction Hold Off Agreement – For Unpaid Rent
Nonpayment of rent can attract filing an eviction suit and the tenant can use this agreement as a tool for seeking the waiver from eviction and other consequences and proceedings. Type your legal name followed by the address in the foremost line of the Texas Eviction Hold Off Agreement. The tenant must prepare the agreement as an undertaking to make the wrong right. Continue by entering the total rent amount due in the US dollar in the blank space reserved for the same.
The next portion of the Texas Eviction Hold Off Agreement has spaces for indicating the repayment schedule mutually agreed by the landlord and the tenant. Insert the date of the future payment and amount on a separate line for each promised future payment. The landlord fills the date of the receipt of payment as well as the name of the person receiving the payment. Maintaining the record of each transaction is a need to monitor the progress of the repayment transaction.
You and the landlord must sign the Texas Eviction Hold Off Agreement and insert date in front of each signature in acceptance to the terms of the agreement. Make two copies of the document and keep one original by signing on both copies.
Texas Eviction Hold Off Agreement – Violation Of The Lease
Insert your name and address as a tenant. Provide the description of the violation of the lease and continue by providing the resolution to undo the violation and mention the date of completion. However, do not commit anything beyond your scope and possibility. The tenant and the landlord must sign the agreement and insert dates in front of the signatures in acceptance of the agreement.