Fill and Sign Texas Legal Forms

Texas Legal Forms refer to typed and handwritten documents, statements, and applications completed and signed by Texas residents with the intention to formalize a contractual relationship or claim rights and responsibilities guaranteed by state and local laws. It is not necessary to pay for the services of a professional lawyer - once you have the right form or template, you can prepare all documentation you need for yourself or your business. For a full list of free Texas Legal Forms please check out our library below.

Texas State Departments

  1. Credit Union Department
  2. Department of Agriculture
  3. Department of Banking
  4. Department of Criminal Justice
  5. Department of Family and Protective Services
  6. Department of Housing and Community Affairs
  7. Department of Information Resources
  8. Department of Insurance
  9. Department of Licensing and Regulation
  10. Department of Motor Vehicles
  11. Department of Public Safety
  12. Department of Savings and Mortgage Lending
  13. Health and Human Services
  14. Department of Transportation
  15. Juvenile Justice Department
  16. Military Department
  17. Parks and Wildlife Department

Texas State Courts

  1. Courts (all forms)
  2. Judicial Branch

Texas State Agencies and Commissions

  1. Railroad Commission of Texas
  2. Teacher Retirement System of Texas
  3. Board of Professional Engineers and Land Surveyors
  4. Board of Professional Geoscientists
  5. Commission on Environmental Quality
  6. Comptroller of Public Accounts
  7. Funeral Service Commission
  8. Health and Human Services
  9. Office of Consumer Credit Commissioner
  10. Office of the Attorney General
  11. Real Estate Commission
  12. Secretary of State
  13. State Auditor's Office
  14. State Securities Board
  15. Veterans Commission
  16. Workforce Commission

Texas Legal Forms by County

  1. Brazoria County Appraisal District
  2. Town of Prosper Building Inspection Department
  3. City of Friendswood City Government
  4. City of McAllen City Secretary
  5. Bosque County Clerk's Office
  6. Collin County Clerk's Office
  7. Denton County Clerk's Office
  8. Harris County Clerk's Office
  9. Harris County Tax Office
  10. Harris County Harris Health System
  11. Williamson County Clerk's Office
  12. Webb County Clerk’s Office
  13. Webb County Public Information Office
  14. City of Dallas Code Compliance Department
  15. Dallas Police Department
  16. Dallas County Office of the County Clerk
  17. City of Rosenberg Code Enforcement Department
  18. Jefferson County County Clerk
  19. City of Bedford Customer Service Department
  20. City of Houston Fire Department
  21. City of San Antonio Fire Department
  22. City of Corpus Christi Health District
  23. City of Athens Human Resources Department
  24. Haltom City Planning & Community Development Department
  25. City of Fort Worth Planning and Development Department
  26. City of San Antonio Police Department
  27. City of Beaumont Public Health Department
  28. Grimes County Sheriff’s Office
  29. City of Mission Vital Statistics Department
  30. City of McAllen Vital Statistics Division

Legal Forms for Texas can assist you in various aspects of life:

  • Individuals living in the state and organizations whose principal place of business is situated in Texas can file tax documentation. It is possible to claim tax exemptions, file for deductions, and submit proper papers after collecting sales and use tax if your business has been registered to sell taxable goods or provide taxable services;
  • It is highly recommended - and in certain situations legally required - to compose a bill of sale and register it with local authorities. You will be able to sell and buy real property, vehicles, boats, and firearms and obtain evidence of the transaction;
  • Whether you want to offer your property for lease or you are searching for the proper space to live or work in, a lease application and agreement are necessary. You can draft documentation for commercial and residential lease and later terminate these contracts complying with existing laws and regulations;
  • Job candidates and human resources departments can benefit from a variety of documents that establish the relationship between the employer and their employees, determine the rights and duties of all people in the workplace, and establish the wages and perks employees have to receive.

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This type of document is used for obtaining a Certificate of Appropriateness for historic preservation projects in the City of Fort Worth, Texas.

This document is used for requesting vacation time for attorneys in Harris County, Texas.

This document is a public hearing draft for the City of Houston, Texas. It contains information related to upcoming public hearings in the city.

This document is used for obtaining a Certificate of Appropriateness in the City of Houston, Texas. It is required for making changes to historic buildings or properties located in designated historic districts.

This application is used for the Emergency Rent/Mortgage/Utility Assistance Program in Mission, Texas. It is available in both English and Spanish and is part of the Community Development Block Grant (CDBG-CV) program. The program provides financial assistance to help residents with their rent, mortgage, and utility payments during times of emergency or hardship.

This document is a client form for the Emergency Rent/Mortgage/Utility Assistance Program in the City of Mission, Texas. It is used to address any duplication of benefits that may be received through the CDBG-CV Emergency Assistance Program.

This document is for landlords participating in the City of Mission, Texas' Emergency Rent/Mortgage/Utility Assistance Program. It addresses the issue of duplication of benefits that could occur under the program.

This document is for keeping track of daily activities and the time spent on each task. It is commonly used in Texas to monitor productivity and manage time effectively.

This document provides information on the quarterly reporting requirements for holders of currency exchange licenses in Texas for the 2nd quarter. It outlines the specific information that license holders need to include in their reports and the deadline for submission.

This document outlines the reporting requirements for currency exchange license holders in Texas during the 4th quarter. It provides guidance on what information needs to be reported and when it needs to be submitted.

This document is used for applying for the Family Land Heritage program in Texas. It acknowledges and honors families who have owned and operated agricultural land for at least 100 years.

This document is for applying to the Homeless Housing and Services Program (HHSP) General and Youth Set-Aside in the City of Corpus, Texas. It provides information and guidelines for individuals or organizations seeking funding for homeless housing and related services.

This document is an application for requesting ambulance service within the city limits of McAllen, Texas. It allows residents to request emergency medical assistance in case of an accident or health-related emergency within the city.

This document is for requesting and confirming an appointment for ambulance inspection in the City of McAllen, Texas.

This document provides an annual report for Texas businesses that hold a money transmission license. It contains important financial and operational information that must be submitted to the state of Texas.

This document provides a list of organizations or individuals who hold a currency exchange license in Texas for the 3rd quarter.

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