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4/12/2014
Texas Deceptive Trade Practices Act


Texas Deceptive Trade Practices Act

The Texas Deceptive Trade Practices Act requires a claimant to give a written notice to the prospective defendant describing what violations of the Texas Deceptive Trace Practices Act occurred and a detailed description of the actual damages and the attorneys' fees.  

The claimant must allow the defendant up to 60 days to respond to the demand. Once the 60 days has expired, then the claimant can file their Texas Deceptive Trade Practices Act lawsuit in a state or federal court.  

Under the Texas Deceptive Trade Practices Act, the defendant has the right to inspect the real or personal property that is the basis of the Texas Deceptive Trade Practices Act violation. 




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