Flores v. Millennium Interests, 04-1003
An annual statement provided by the seller of real property, which omits some of the information required by section 5.077(b) of the Texas Property Code, does not invoke liquidated damages under section 5.077(c) unless the statement is so deficient as to be something other than a good faith attempt to inform the purchaser of the status of the contractual relationship.
- Argued 02/15/2005
- Decided 09/30/2005
- Published 09/30/2005
Justice MEDINA delivered the opinion of the Court joined by Justice HECHT, Justice O'NEILL, Justice WAINWRIGHT, Justice JOHNSON, and Justice WILLETT.
Harry Herzog, David A. Carp, Herzog Carp & McManus, William C. Wagner, and J. James Luck, Godwin Gruber LLP, Houston, for Appellant., J. Ken Nunley, Nunley Davis Jolley & Hill, L.L.P., Boerne, Vincent L. Hazen, Hazen & Terrill, P.C., Bill Davis, Office of Atty. Gen., Austin, Deborah G. Hankinson, Law Offices of Deborah Hankinson PC, Dallas, for Amicus Curiae
H. Miles Cohn, Sheiness Scott Grossman & Cohn, L.L.P., and Michelle Friery, Houston, for Appellee.