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1 Answer | Asked in Real Estate Law and Civil Litigation for Texas on
Q: Can the city change a private road to a public street against homeowners' desires?

We do not want our private road made a public street. Can the city override our desires when we homeowners on the road have titles/deeds saying we each own 1/4 interest in the road and easement and no changes, alterations or modifications can be done to the road or easement without our written... Read more »

Leroy Scott
Leroy Scott answered on Jun 16, 2021

Yes, the city can do that, but it has to provide just compensation to the private owners. Look up "eminent domain".

2 Answers | Asked in Insurance Bad Faith, Insurance Defense, Criminal Law and Traffic Tickets for Texas on
Q: If proof of insurance was provided to the court do they verify it?

If someone received a ticker for Financial Responsibility (No Insurance) and they showed the court they had a policy during the date of ticket is the case dismissed immediately or is the insurance policy verified? Not speaking of fake insurance but if you can't remember if it was cancelled or... Read more »

Leroy Scott
Leroy Scott answered on May 21, 2021

Ask your insurance company for verification of insurance for the day you got the ticket.

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