right to cure

by Ben OlivoMay 8, 2020
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District 1 Councilman Roberto Treviño's plan to offer San Antonio renters until Aug. 14 to resolve overdue rent, one he's been crafting for weeks, will finally go to the City Council for consideration next week.

The statute essentially delays the state's eviction procedure, and would require landlords to give tenants they intend to evict with a "notice of proposed eviction."

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notice of proposed eviction
which provides the right of the impacted tenant to respond
which includes curing any delinquent payments, prior to giving a notice to vacate

notice of proposed eviction must include
» statement that complies with subsection
» right of the impacted tenant to respond
» time period to respond

min time period 60 days

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