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TX Court of Appeals Holds that Owner’s Declaratory Judgment Action over Alleged Vested Rights Did Not Present a Justiciable Controversy

Premier Tierra Holdings, Inc., owned a tract of property in the Village of Tiki Island, located in Galveston County. Premier desired to develop or sell the property for a mixed-use marina development, so it filed a declaratory judgment action against the City seeking a determination of its vested rights under chapter 245 of the Texas […]

Source: TX Court of Appeals Holds that Owner’s Declaratory Judgment Action over Alleged Vested Rights Did Not Present a Justiciable Controversy


“The Most Successful Land Conservation Program in U.S. History”

Source: “The Most Successful Land Conservation Program in U.S. History”


What Happens To A Claim When A Tortfeasor Passes Away?

Source: What Happens To A Claim When A Tortfeasor Passes Away?