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New Eviction Rules Taking Shape as Housing Prices Rebound

As housing prices rise in major metropolitan areas, the state is changing and standardizing the growing number of eviction cases before judges in Texas.

A For Sale sign in front of a burned-down house on Sept. 13, 2011, after the wildfires in Bastrop County.

As housing prices rise in major metropolitan areas, the state is changing and standardizing the growing number of eviction cases before judges in Texas.

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