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Lavaca County Appraisal District, appellee, brought suit against Willie Flowers for delinquent ad valorem taxes on two automobiles for certain years between 1980 and 1986, and for taxes becoming delinquent thereafter until the date of judgment, and asserted a lien on the automobiles to secure payment of the taxes. The trial court granted judgment in favor of appellee for delinquent taxes on one of the automobiles in the amount of $364.75. Flowers appeals by six points of error complaining that the trial court lacked jurisdiction, that limitations bars the collection of a portion of the taxes, that there was no evidence to show that the automobile was within the taxing authoritys geographical jurisdiction, that appellee has not passed a resolution giving it authority to tax the property in question, that the trial court failed to file findings of fact and conclusions of law, and that the document offered by appellee to prove appellants tax liability was not a certified copy of the tax records. The judgment of the trial court is affirmed in part, and reversed and remanded in part.