TX Legislature Makes Over 140 Changes to Civil Practice & Remedies Code

The 85th Texas Legislature made over 140 changes to the Civil Practice & Remedies Code this year! Legislation this session affected laws on cyberbullying, judgment collection and enforcement, nuisances, online notarization, and much more. O’Connor’s Texas Civil Practice & Remedies Code Plus 2017-2018  has been updated with all of these changes, along with legislative summaries organized by subject matter and a quick-reference chart identifying all of the amended and enacted sections.

Order O’Connor’s Texas Civil Practice & Remedies Code Plus, and you’ll have the following at your fingertips:

  • Civil Practice & Remedies Code, fully annotated with quotes from cases interpreting the code. This year’s edition also includes over 60 new annotations from recent Texas Supreme Court and court of appeals opinions.
  • Plus Codes—selected sections from ten other Texas codes, with a focus on statutes that are cited in O’Connor’s Texas Causes of Action and O’Connor’s Texas Rules * Civil Trials. For example, these selected sections include the Government Code’s enacted online notarization subchapter and the Property Code’s enacted chapter adopting the Uniform Partition of Heirs’ Property Act.
  • Over 50 pages of charts, covering topics such as statutes of limitations, statutory injunctions, attorney fees, and exemplary damages.
  • Rules governing the practice of law and the judiciary, such as the State Bar Rules, Texas Rules of Judicial Administration, and the Code of Judicial Conduct.

O’Connor’s Texas Civil Practice & Remedies Code Plus 2017-2018 is now in stock—visit our online store to order your copy!