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1 Answer | Asked in Consumer Law for Texas on
Q: What can I do we financing this car the cash price was like $5000 and something and they financed us it for $14,200.

on Jan 30, 2020 I went to 1and2 Automotive to purchase a reliable car the salesman assured my husband and I we was getting a good car I told him we needed a SUV with 3 rows so he brought us the car me my husband and the salesman did a test drive everything sounded good I asked the salesman is that... Read more »

Adrian Bower
Adrian Bower answered on Feb 5, 2020

Contact an attorney in your area for a private consultation. Depending on the facts, you may be able to bring a claim under the Texas Deceptive Trade Practices Act, which could allow for up to three times damages plus attorney fees.

1 Answer | Asked in Landlord - Tenant for Texas on
Q: Regarding Lease Agreements for tenants, how does a landlord enforce an eviction legally?

What makes the Lease Agreement a "binding" agreement? I understand you have to give a tenant 30 days notice, but what if they do not comply? How would I enforce an eviction notice legally? Thank you so much! - Danielle

Adrian Bower
Adrian Bower answered on Jan 29, 2020

If you need to enforce an eviction then you need to go through the legal process. This usually involves filing an eviction action in small claims court. It's worth doing right, which probably means calling an attorney in your area.

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Q: I have my parents staying with me in a one bedroom apartment the apartment have given me 48 hours to vacate
Adrian Bower
Adrian Bower answered on Jan 29, 2020

Some leases place restrictions on housing additional parties within the rental premises. Contact a landlord-tenant attorney in your area for a private consultation regarding your leasing situation.

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Q: Im getting harassed about a loan from a couple years ago. They want to arrest me. Can they do this
Adrian Bower
Adrian Bower answered on Jan 29, 2020

Texas doesn't have debtor's prisons. The threat to arrest you could give rise to civil action against the entity and/or person making the threat. Contact an attorney in your area to discuss your legal options.

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