HB 158, 43rd 2nd C.S. history

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HB 158, 43rd 2nd C.S.
Relating to fixing a limitation period of two (2) years for the bringing of suits of any kind on account of the closing and abandonment of public streets or alleys or public roads or thoroughfares, or any parts thereof, other than State Highways, by ordinance of the governing body of a city or town or by order of the Commissioners Court of a county; requiring causes of action accruing before the effective date of this Act, and not then already barred by existing limitation laws, to be sued upon within two (2) years after such effective date, and not thereafter, and causes of action accruing on or after the effective date of this Act, to be sued upon within two (2) years after the passage of the ordinance or order in question, and not thereafter.

Author: Joseph Felix "Joe" Greathouse
Coauthor: Jesse Caldwell Duvall | William Franklin Patterson, Jr. | Thomas Jefferson Renfro | Samuel David Shannon

Session Law Chapter:
Acts 1934, 43rd 2nd C.S.,ch. 34, General and Special Laws of Texas

City Government--Roads
Civil Remedies & Liabilities

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