When co-owners of property are at odds over the property, it may be necessary to have a court appoint a receiver to manage and/or sell the property. This remedy isn’t always available, as evidenced by the In re Estate of Martinez, No. 01-18-00217-CV (Tex. Ct. App.–Houston 2019) case. Facts & Procedural History The case involves…Continue readingAppointing a Receiver to Sell Jointly Owned Property
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