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Texas Association of Realtors Lease Agreement Template

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Texas Association of Realtors Lease Agreement Template

Updated October 31, 2023

A Texas Association of Realtors lease agreement is for use by members (only) to assist in facilitating tenancy between a landlord and tenant. Updated on July 8, 2022,[1] the agreement includes the necessary State disclosures and provisions that help protect the landlord in the 17-page document.

Required Disclosures (7)

Agent/Owner Identification (§ 92.201) – Must include the owner of record on the deed and the property manager located on the premises.

Copy of Lease (§ 92.024) – A complete copy of the lease must be provided to the tenant no more than 3 business days after the contract date.

Lead-Based Paint Disclosure – Required to be given to tenants if the dwelling was constructed prior to 1978.

Parking Rules Addendum (PDF | MS Word | ODT) (Sec. 92.0131)  – Rules for allowing parking on the property must be given to the tenant with the text in capital letters titled “PARKING RULES.” The tenant must acknowledge this through their signature.

Special Conditions to Cancel Agreement (Sec. 92.016(2)(f)) – Every lease must include the following statement:

Tenants may have special statutory rights to terminate the lease early in certain situations involving family violence or a military deployment or transfer.

The statute also requires a 30-day written notice of termination by the tenant in such an event.

Tenant’s Remedies (Sec. 92.056) – A lease must include language that offers options to the tenant if a landlord does not fix a repair within 7 days. This clause must be in bold or underlined in the lease.

100-Year Flood Plain (conditional) (PDF | MS Word | ODT) (Sec. 92.0135) – Required if the dwelling is located in a 100-year floodplain by the Federal Emergency Management Agency (FEMA) (see map),


  1. www.content.har.com/FormManager/pdf/79.pdf