H. L. Long Et Al. v. Humble Oil & Refining Co. Et Al.
TX.40821; 380 S.W.2d 554, 7 Tex. Sup. J. 497 (1964)
A-10178, A-10179, A-10180, A-10181 and A-10182. The Supreme Court of Texas No. A-10177
This book is available for download with iBooks on your Mac or iOS device, and with iTunes on your computer. Books can be read with iBooks on your Mac or iOS device.
Per Curiam The question common to all the above causes is whether or not an appeal lay to the Court of Civil Appeals from an order sustaining a motion for change of venue predicated upon the provisions of Rule 257 of the Texas Rules of Civil Procedure.1 The Court of Civil Appeals held in Long v. Humble Oil and Refining Co., 377 S.W.2d 844, that the order was interlocutory and non-appealable. By appropriate orders the decision in the Long case was made applicable to the other causes set forth in the caption to this opinion. The decision of the Court of Civil Appeals is contrary to that of the Amarillo Court of Civil Appeals in City of Irving v. Luttrell, 351 S.W.2d 941, no writ history (1961).