John B. Gentry v. Credit Plan Corporation Houston Et Al
1975.TX.41113; 528 S.W.2D 571, 18 TEX. SUP. J. 465
Eighth District, El Paso Court of Appeals of Texas
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This is an unreasonable collection efforts case. The events giving rise to the suit occurred on or about February 7, 1969. Shortly thereafter John B. Gentry and wife, Eileen Gentry, plaintiffs, filed suit against Joe Assad and Credit Plan Corporation of Houston. Colonial Finance Corporation was joined as a defendant on May 17, 1972, more than two years after the alleged cause of action accrued, and Kelcor Corporation was joined as a defendant about eight months later. Colonial was merged into Kelcor during the pendency of the suit, and it is undisputed that Kelcor assumed all of Colonials liabilities. The questions to be decided are: (1) whether Credit Plan was the alter ego of Colonial; and (2) if so, whether the suit against Credit Plan stopped the running of the statute of limitations in favor of Colonial.
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- Category: Law
- Published: 24 September 1975
- Publisher: LawApp Publishers
- Print Length: 10 Pages
- Language: English