The following links take you to Texas Property Code laws.
Chapter 5: Texas Statutes pertaining to buying and selling of property. –> Link
Chapter 41: Property Exempt From Creditors’ Claims. –> Link
Chapter 51: Provisions Generally Applicable To Liens. –> Link
Chapter 82: Uniform Condominium Act –> Link
Chapter 201: Restrictive Covenants Applicable To Certain Subdivisions –> Link
Chapter 202: Construction & Enforcement Of Restrictive Covenants –> Link
Chapter 203: Enforcement Of Land Use Restrictions In Certain Counties –> Link
Chapter 204: Powers Of Property Owners’ Association Relating To Restrictive Covenants In Certain Subdivisions –> Link
Chapter 205: Restrictive Covenants Applicable To Revised Subdivisions In Certain Counties –> Link
Chapter 206: Extension Of Restrictions Imposing Regular Assessments In Certain Subdivisions –> Link
Chapter 207: Disclosure Of Information By Property Owners’ Associations –> Link
Chapter 208: Amendment & Termination Of Restrictive Covenants In Historic Neighboods –> Link
Chapter 209: Texas Residential Property Owners Protection Act –> Link
Chapter 210: Extension Or Modifications Of Residential Covenants –> Link
Chapter 211: Amendment & Enforcement Of Restrictions In Certain Subdivisions –> Link
Chapter 212: Extension of Restrictions by Majority Vote in Certain Subdivisions –> Link
Chapter 213: Modification or Termination of Restrictions in Certain Real Estate Developments By Property Owners’ Association or Property Owner Petition –> Link
Chapter 215: Master Mixed-Use Property Owners’ Associations –> Link
The following link has to do with Election Sign law:
Chapter 259: Political Signs On Property –> Link
The following link has to do with Civil Practice Remedies – Statute of Limitations.
Chapter 16: Four Year Statute of Limitations For Enforcing Deed Restrictions & Debt Collection –> Link
There are multiple cases in Texas law proving this – Musgrave v. Brookhaven Lake POA; Malmgren v. Inverness Forest Residents Civic Club, Inc, etc.
Texas State Law Library on Debt Collection – Time Barred Debt –> Link
The following link is from the Texas Constitution – Liens on Homestead Property.
Chapter 16, Item 50: Protection Of Homestead From Forced Or Unauthorized Sale. –> Link