Supreme Court of Texas - August 2002 Opinion Summaries

  • Opinion Summary Search

    FILL IN AT LEAST ONE FIELD

    to Format is YYYYMMDD
  • Full Text Search
Page 1 of 1 Showing Result 1 - 8 of 8
Description Date Docket #

TEXAS FARM BUREAU MUT. INS. CO. v. SEARS

Supreme Court of Texas
Contracts, Injury & Tort Law, Insurance Law
To find that an insurance company owed its at-will independent agent a common law duty of ordinary care, in investigating the agent's alleged...
08/30/2002 01-0851

IN RE: TEXAS NATURAL RES. CONSERVATION COMM'N

Supreme Court of Texas
Civil Procedure
A district court may not extend a temporary restraining order by forty-two days without the restrained party's consent, under Texas Rules of Civil...
08/30/2002 02-0450

THE JOHN G. AND MARIE STELLA KENEDY MEM'L FOUND. v. DEWHURST

Supreme Court of Texas
Property Law & Real Estate
In a dispute over the location of the shoreline boundary of two early nineteenth-century land grants, the shoreline boundary is to be set at measured...
08/29/2002 99-0667

CAMPBELL v. STATE OF TEXAS

Supreme Court of Texas
Criminal Law & Procedure, Sentencing
Medical certificates described in the Mental Health Code were not a prerequisite to a trial court hearing under Texas Code of Criminal Procedure...
08/29/2002 01-1185

KING v. DALLAS FIRE INS. CO.

Supreme Court of Texas
Contracts, Injury & Tort Law, Insurance Law, Labor & Employment Law
An employer's alleged negligent hiring, training, and supervision can constitute an "occurrence" under the terms of a commercial liability policy,...
08/29/2002 00-1152

CENTEX HOMES v. BUECHER

Supreme Court of Texas
Contracts, Property Law & Real Estate
The implied warranty of habitability and good and workmanlike construction that accompany a new home sale can be disclaimed if the parties' agreement...
08/29/2002 00-0479

BENTLEY v. BUNTON

Supreme Court of Texas
Constitutional Law, Injury & Tort Law
A call-in television talk show host's defamatory statements of a judge's corruption were not constitutionally protected opinion, but a mental anguish...
08/29/2002 00-0139

STATE OF TEXAS v. HODGES

Supreme Court of Texas
Constitutional Law, Elections
Section 162.015 of the Texas Election Code cannot reasonably be construed to permit a judge to be a Democratic Party general election candidate when...
08/22/2002 02-0518
Copied to clipboard