E. J. Wimberly and Frances Wimberly v. Lone Star Gas Company
1991.TX.41568; 818 S.W.2D 868
Second District, Fort Worth Court of Appeals of Texas
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E. J. Wimberly and Frances Wimberly appeal from a summary judgment declaring that a 1953 water contract and a 1955 letter amendment, a contract originally entered into between appellee, Lone Star Gas Company, and Ruth Shawver, a prior owner of the Wimberlys property, are valid and enforceable against the Wimberlys. The judgment also declared that the contract is for a definite term - as long as Lone Star operates its Jacksboro compressor station - and that the Wimberlys and their heirs, successors, and assigns are bound by the contract. The court permanently enjoined the Wimberlys from stopping the flow of water from their property to Lone Star and from denying Lone Star access to two gas wells and to its pipelines on their property. The court did not award attorneys fees to Lone Star. The court overruled the Wimberlys motion for partial summary judgment.
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- Category: Law
- Published: 30 October 1991
- Publisher: LawApp Publishers
- Print Length: 10 Pages
- Language: English