Emergency Orders
Order 31
Renews Texas Eviction Diversion Program.
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Order 32
Renews Emergency Order 30. Renews the Texas Eviction Diversion Program for tenants and landlords under a statewide housing-assistance program intended to avoid evictions for tenants behind on rent.
Link. Emergency Order 32
 
Order 33
Replaces #29 and permits courts to modify or suspend deadlines and procedures through 4/1; requires continuing effort to hold remote proceedings and follow OCA's Guidance; prohibits Justice and Municipal Courts from holding an in-person jury before 4/1; permits district, county, and probate courts to hold in-person jury and virtual jury trials under certain conditions.
Link. Emergency Order 33
 
Order 34
Renews paragraphs 3 and 4 of the 32nd Emergency Order and requires certain information in an eviction petition and to be included with an eviction citation; limits proceeding with eviction proceedings in certain circumstances.
Link Emergency Order 34
 
Order 35
Renews the Texas Eviction Diversion Program for tenants and landlords under a statewide rental assistance program intended to avoid evictions for tenants behind on rent.
Link Emergency Order 35
 
Order 36
Replaces Order 33 and permits courts to modify or suspend deadlines and procedures through 6/1; encourages reasonable efforts to hold proceedings remotely; permits all courts to hold in-person proceedings, including jury trials, after adoption of minimum standard health protocols and an in-person schedule; permits courts to hold virtual jury proceedings in certain cases.
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