City of Angleton v. Usfilter Operating Services City of Angleton v. Usfilter Operating Services

City of Angleton v. Usfilter Operating Services

201 S.W.3D 677, 49 TEX. SUP. CT. J. 1010, 2006.TX.0007772

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USFilter Operating Services Inc. sued the City of Angleton for breach of contract and other claims, and the City filed a counterclaim for breach of contract. USFilters claims included a claim for return of property that it alleged the City had wrongfully retained. Both parties signed an Agreed Order that ordered the property to be returned to USFilter, contingent on USFilters filing a $53,600 bond with the trial court. The Agreed Order specified that the bond would remain with the court either "until trial" or until there was "joint approval of the parties" to return the bond. Four months after the court approved the Agreed Order, the City nonsuited its counterclaims and filed a plea to the jurisdiction based on governmental immunity.

GENRE
Professional & Technical
RELEASED
2006
31 August
LANGUAGE
EN
English
LENGTH
3
Pages
PUBLISHER
LawApp Publishers
SIZE
66.5
KB

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