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SPOHN HOSP. v. MAYER

Supreme Court of Texas
Health Law, Injury & Tort Law, Professional Malpractice
Per Curiam decision.
04/24/2003 02-0443

DALLAS AREA RAPID TRANSIT v. WHITLEY

Supreme Court of Texas
Government Law, Injury & Tort Law
Sovereign immunity bars a suit against a transit authority for injuries inflicted by one bus passenger on another, where plaintiff's injuries did not...
04/17/2003 02-0177

STATE OF TEXAS v. ONE SUPER CHERRY MASTER VIDEO 8-LINER MACH.

Supreme Court of Texas
Asset Forfeiture, Criminal Law & Procedure, Property Law & Real Estate
(Industry: Travel & Leisure)

In a forfeiture proceeding, the person found in possession of an alleged gambling device has the burden to prove that the machine is not a gambling...
04/03/2003 01-0673

HARDY v. STATE OF TEXAS

Supreme Court of Texas
Asset Forfeiture, Criminal Law & Procedure, Property Law & Real Estate
(Industry: Travel & Leisure)

After initiation of forfeiture proceedings, petitioners had to show that machines at issue were not gambling devices. "Eight-liners" do not meet the...
04/03/2003 01-0779

PAGE v. STRUCTURAL WOOD COMPONENTS, INC.

Supreme Court of Texas
Construction, Contracts, Property Law & Real Estate
Under Chapter 53 of the Property Code, a construction contract and the work performed thereunder are complete at the time that the contract is...
04/03/2003 01-1122

PAGE v. MARTON ROOFING, INC.

Supreme Court of Texas
Construction, Contracts, Property Law & Real Estate
In order to perfect a statutory lien under Property Code chapter 53, a subcontractor must file its lien affidavit within thirty days of the time that...
04/03/2003 02-0845
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