Texas Supreme Court: Lack Of Immunity To Coronavirus Does Not Qualify For Mail-In BallotThe Texas Supreme Court for ruled Wednesday, the lack of immunity to COVID-19 does not qualify a voter to vote by mail.
Texas Supreme Court Justice Debra Lehrmann Tests Positive For COVID-19In a tweet Justice Debra Lehrmann said she and her husband, Greg, started exhibiting symptoms, including fevers and body aches, last week.
Texas Supreme Court Allows Evictions To ResumeAfter a nearly two-month moratorium, the Texas Supreme Court is allowing eviction hearings to move forward again.
North Texas Landlords Have Filed Over 1,110 Eviction Petitions Since MarchWhile the statewide moratorium on evictions started in March, landlords were still able to submit filings for eviction cases.
Texas Supreme Court Blocks Order That Allowed Mail-In Ballots Due To Fear Of CoronavirusThe Supreme Court of Texas on Friday blocked an order that had allowed residents to vote by mail if they cite concerns of contracting COVID-19 at polling places.
Supreme Court Of Texas Orders Release Of Jailed Texas Stylist Shelly LutherThe Supreme Court of Texas has ordered the release of Dallas salon owner, Shelly Luther, who was jailed for violating executive stay at home orders during the COVID-19 pandemic.
Debt Collectors Not Stopping Even As Coronavirus Pandemic ContinuesWith the coronavirus pandemic continuing, the last person you probably want to hear from is a debt collector. However, that's not going to stop them.
Order Prohibiting Residential Evictions In Texas Extended Through May 18An order that prohibits residential evictions in Texas has been extended through May 18, the Texas Supreme Court ruled this week.
Coronavirus In Texas: Local Hotel, Motel Residents Unable To Pay Bills Face Eviction"It's a situation for someone else to be greedy instead of being sympathetic to a particular situation," Super 7 Inn resident Chris Louis said. "I think they should be understanding."
Texas Renters Cannot Be Evicted At Least Until April 19, State Supreme Court SaysSome counties in North Texas have already postponed eviction hearings beyond the April 19 deadline.
Texas Supreme Court To Hear Ohio Bridal Shop Case Against Texas Health Resources After 2014 Ebola OutbreakThe Texas Supreme Court will hear a case filed by an Ohio bridal shop against Texas Health Resources after a Texas nurse visited who had unknowingly contracted the Ebola virus at work.