Area of Law(19 items): Property

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21.016 Eminent domain, notice by publication if undeliverable by other means --- (read law)
26.003 Applicability: Sec. 26.003. APPLICABILITY. This chapter applies to an individual: (1) alive on or after September 1, 1987, or who died before September 1, 1987, but on or after January 1, 1937; and (2) whose name, voice, signature, photograph, or likeness has commercial value at the time of his or her death or comes to have commercial value after that time. Added by Acts 1987, 70th Leg., ch. 152, Sec. 1, eff. Sept. 1, 1987. --- (read law)
26.012 PERMITTED USES. (a) A person may use a deceased individual's name, voice, signature, photograph, or likeness in: (1) a play, book, film, radio program, or television program; (2) a magazine or newspaper article; (3) material that is primarily of political or newsworthy value; (4) single and original works of fine art; or (5) an advertisement or commercial announcement concerning a use under this subsection. (b) A media enterprise may use a deceased individual's name, voice, signature, photograph, or likeness in connection with the coverage of news, public affairs, a sporting event, or a political campaign without consent. Any use other than the above by a media enterprise of a deceased individual's name, voice, signature, photograph, or likeness shall require consent if the material constituting the use is integrally and directly connected with commercial sponsorship or paid advertising. No consent shall be required for the use of the deceased individual's name, voice, signature, photograph, or likeness by a media enterprise if the broadcast or article is not commercially sponsored or does not contain paid advertising. (c) A person who is an owner or employee of a media enterprise, including a newspaper, magazine, radio station or network, television station or network, cable television system, billboard, or transit ad, that is used for advertising a deceased individual's name, voice, signature, photograph, or likeness in a manner not authorized by this section is not liable for damages as provided by this section unless the person: (1) knew that the use was not authorized by this section; or (2) used the deceased individual's name, voice, signature, photograph, or likeness in a manner primarily intended to advertise or promote the media enterprise itself. (d) A person may use a deceased individual's name, voice, signature, photograph, or likeness in any manner after the 50th anniversary of the date of the individual's death. Added by Acts 1987, 70th Leg., ch. 152, Sec. 1, eff. Sept. 1, 1987. --- (read law)
29.0035 Forced sale of property, demand to unknown defendant --- (read law)
51.002 Sale of real property under contract lien, posting at courthouse door --- (read law)
52.023 Judgments and judgment liens against bankrupts, abstracts recorded before Sept. 1, 1993, application for order to cancel --- (read law)
59.044 Self-service storage facility, sale resulting from enforcement of lien --- (read law)
70.004 Lienholder, possession of motor vehicle, motorboat, vessel or outboard motor --- (read law)
70.006 Lienholder, sale of motor vehicle, motorboat, vessel or outboard motor if property registered out of state --- (read law)
74.021 Texas Comptroller of Public Accounts, required notice of abandoned property --- (read law)
74.402 Texas Comptroller of Public Accounts, sale of unclaimed personal property other than money and marketable securities delivered to the Comptroller --- (read law)
76.201 School districts, municipalities or counties, sale of property presumed abandoned under Chapter 72 or 75 and valued at $100 or less --- (read law)
76.402 School districts, municipalities or counties, public sale of personal property other than money and marketable securities --- (read law)
80.003 Museum, lender of property held by or owed to museum --- (read law)
82.108 Texas Nonprofit Corporation Act, condominium management, public meeting of association in accordance with Art. 2.11 --- (read law)
92.0561 Tenant repair and deduct remedies, intent to repair --- (read law)
112.058 Governing body of community trust, public hearing on petition to convert to nonprofit corporation --- (read law)
115.016 Attorney representing trust, tort or contract proceeding if address or identity of a party is not known --- (read law)
201.008 Residential real estate subdivision located in whole or in part within city with population more than 100,000, or within extraterritorial jurisdiction of such a city; in unincorporated area of county having a population of 2,400,000 or more; or a county having a population of 190,000 or more that is adjacent to a county having a population of 2,400,000 or more; or in the incorporated area of a county having a population of 190,000 or more that is adjacent to a county having a population of 2,400,000 or more, petition to extend or renew an unexpired restriction, to create a restriction or to add to or modify an existing restriction --- (read law)