C. E. Fulton Et Al v. Honorable Delos Finch
1961.TX.40655; 346 S.W.2D 823, 162 TEX. 351, 4 TEX. SUP. J. 489
First District, Houston Court of Civil Appeals of Texas
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C. E. Fulton, individually and as next friend for his minor son, Robert Fulton, and Arthur L. Knutson, individually and as next friend of his minor son, Charles Knutson, as relators, have applied for an original writ of mandamus to require the Honorable Delos Finch, Judge of the 73rd Judicial District Court of Bexar County, sitting in the 57th District Court of said County, to proceed to trial in a certain cause numbered F-121,917, styled C. E. Fulton et al v. Margaret Joan Biasiolli which is said to be pending on the docket of the 57th District Court. The presiding judge of the Bexar County district courts is also made a party to this action, as well as the defendant in the district court action, Margaret Joan Biasiolli. It appears that since the institution of the suit in the district court, Margaret Joan Biosiolli has married John W. Burns and he is a party respondent in the present cause. The statutory authority relied upon as supporting the requested action by this Court is Article 1734, Vernons Ann. Tex. Stats. which is similar in wording to Article 1824 relating to the Courts of Civil Appeals.
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- Category: Law
- Published: 24 May 1961
- Publisher: LawApp Publishers
- Print Length: 16 Pages
- Language: English