Legal Question in Landlord & Tenant Law in Texas

I moved into this apartment about a year ago and have been renewing contract every 3 months. Few days ago, I got another notice saying that my contract is getting expired so I stopped by the office to renew my contract and found out that they have changed their politcy and now they only accept 1 year contract. I was wondering if it's right for them to just change their policy without noticing us. It's not like I'm desperately wanting to stay here but I just can't let it slide if what they are doing is wrong. Any words you can share about this issue will be great help. Thank you.

Asked on 6/28/10, 12:56 pm

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Bobby Warren Patel & Warren, PLLC
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It depends on what the lease says. If it doesn't contain any provision regarding renewal of the lease, there is nothing stopping them from demanding a longer lease (or refusing to renew at all).

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Answered on 6/29/10, 11:21 am

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