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SUBARU OF AMERICA, INC. v. DAVID MCDAVID NISSAN, INC.

Supreme Court of Texas
Administrative Law, Civil Procedure
A trial court has concurrent jurisdiction with the Texas Motor Vehicle Board's jurisdiction over cases involving the Texas Motor Vehicle Commission...
05/31/2001 00-0292

CITY OF HARLINGEN v. THE ESTAE OF DAVID J. SHARBONEAU

Supreme Court of Texas
Evidence, Property Law & Real Estate
In public taking cases, subdivision development analysis to determine a property's value is not admissible if it only determines what a developer...
05/17/2001 99-1118

INTERSTATE NORTHBOROUGH P'SHIP, ET AL. v. STATE OF TEXAS

Supreme Court of Texas
Property Law & Real Estate
In condemnation case, damages resulting from commercial property's increased proximity to a roadway with resulting loss of "curb appeal", green space...
05/10/2001 00-0070

COASTAL LIQUIDS TRANSP., L.P. v. HARRIS COUNTY APPRAISAL DIST.

Supreme Court of Texas
Corporation & Enterprise Law, Tax Law
Under Section 9.07(a) of the Texas Revised Limited Partnership Act, a company that fails to properly file as a foreign limited partnership lacks...
05/10/2001 00-0173

ALLSTATE INS. CO. v. BONNER

Supreme Court of Texas
Insurance Law
An insurance company that does not comply with claim acknowledgment requirements of Texas Insurance Code article 21.55, section 6 is not required to...
05/10/2001 00-0282

TEXAS DEP'T OF PUB. SAFETY v. BARLOW

Supreme Court of Texas
Civil Procedure
Texas courts of appeal have jurisdiction over appeals from county courts at law over license suspension cases from a driver's refusal to submit to a...
05/10/2001 990670.PDF99-0670

AM. TRANSITIONAL CARE CTRS. OF TEXAS, INC. v. PALACIOS

Supreme Court of Texas
Injury & Tort Law
Under section 13.01 of the Medical Liability and Insurance Improvement Act, the stanard for reviewing an expert report is abuse of discretion.
05/10/2001 99-1311
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