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  • Skillern, Frank F. (State Bar of Texas, 1977)
    Chapter K of the book, Texas Environmental Law, provides a study of various jurisdictional and procedural issues related to environmental litigation. First, the chapter discusses several jurisdictional elements, including ...
  • Schoen, Rodric Bruce (Houston Law Review, 1978)
    This article provides a detailed analysis of the 1972 Texas Equal Rights Amendment (ERA). The author sets out to explain the current methodology Texas courts use in determining Texas ERA disputes and then suggests a ...
  • Beyer, Gerry W. (AuthorHouse, 2008)
    This book is designed for law school courses which cover the administration of decedents' estates under Texas law such as Texas Estate Administration, Wills & Estates, and Wills & Trusts. The cases, problems, and questions ...
  • Quilliam, W. Reed Jr. (State Bar of Texas, 1980)
    In this 1980 Cumulative Supplement of the Texas Estate Administration book, the author adds new information to the chapter on will contests, including new subsections involving jurisdiction, venue, and duress. A new section ...
  • Beyer, Gerry W. (Aspen Publishers, 2008)
    This book is an economical and efficient solution to a student’s statutory needs. The code book organizes in one place all of the state and federal statutes which a law student taking a specific course would like to have ...
  • Beyer, Gerry W. (Wolter Kluwer, 2008)
    This book is an economical and efficient solution to a student’s statutory needs. The code book organizes in one place all of the state and federal statutes which a law student taking a specific course would like to have ...
  • Beyer, Gerry W. (Wolters Kluwer, 2006)
    This book is an economical and efficient solution to a student’s statutory needs. The code book organizes in one place all of the state and federal statutes which a law student taking a specific course would like to have ...
  • Beyer, Gerry W. (Aspen Publishers, 2004)
    This book is an economical and efficient solution to a student’s statutory needs. The code book organizes in one place all of the state and federal statutes which a law student taking a specific course would like to have ...
  • Beyer, Gerry W. (West, 2010)
    This supplement, published by West and written by Gerry W. Beyer, contains volumes nine and ten of the Texas Law of Wills in the Texas Practice Series. Volume nine contains Part I, Intestate Succession, and the beginning ...
  • Benson, Daniel H.; Wicker, Jeremy Charles (West Publishing, 1980)
    The guide is intended to assist Texas attorneys in their practice of law. Volume 1 addresses seven common legal practice areas. Part A discusses various business transactions including contracts, patents, limited liability ...
  • Benson, Daniel H.; Wicker, Jeremy Charles (West Publishing, 1981)
    The guide is intended to assist Texas attorneys in their practice of law. Volume 2 addresses four common legal practice areas. Part H discusses debtor relief and consumer protection issues including the bankruptcy court ...
  • Bard, Jennifer S. (Institute for the Medical Humanities, 2002)
    A study guide for taking the Texas Medical Jurisprudence examination for licensure.
  • Krahmer, John (West, 2005)
    Professor Krahmer authored the Texas Practice sections dealing with the Uniform Commercial Code.
  • Davidow, Robert P. (Texas Tech Law Review, 1972)
    Chapter 7 of the Texas Code of Criminal Procedure sets forth a procedure whereby an individual may be arrested, brought before a magistrate (including a justice of the peace), required to post a peace bond if the magistrate ...
  • Bubany, Charles P. (Southwestern Law Journal, 1974)
    1973 was an important year for the substantive criminal law of Texas. Amid the controversy over capital punishment and drugs, the legislature substantially revised the Texas Penal Code for the first time since its enactment ...
  • Beyer, Gerry W. (West, 2010)
    This collection provides complete coverage of development of marital property law, separate or community property, personal injury, title to minerals in a marital estate, trust property, partnership and marital property, ...
  • Beyer, Gerry W. (West, 2010)
    This collection features organization similar to the Texas Probate Code to make estate administration work easier and faster. Coverage includes jurisdiction of probate court and district court, venue, pleadings and procedure, ...
  • Quilliam, W. Reed Jr. (Texas Bar Journal, 1981)
    This article debates the pros and cons of the recommended amendment to the Texas Probate Code’s Community Estate section. The author discusses the amendment’s affect on the surviving spouses of intestate decedents. First, ...
  • Larkin, Murl A. (Butterworth Legal Publishers, 1982)
    This book was compiled and written by Murl A. Larkin and Erwin S. McGee and provides a detailed account of the Texas Rules of Evidence, which were adopted by the Supreme Court of Texas on November 23, 1982 to become effective ...
  • Edgar, J. Hadley (Lexis-Nexis, 1987)
    Texas Torts and Remedies is a great resource to use as your starting point to research the elements of a particular tort. The first volume covers the basic principles and provides cross-references to other chapters that ...