Suing a Design Professional in Texas? Make Sure to Include a Certificate of Merit in Your Pleading

Claud Mccoid

On August four, 2020, the Court docket of Appeals of Texas (1st District) reversed a demo court’s denial of an engineering firm’s motion to dismiss obtaining that the plaintiff’s failure to attach the required certification of merit affidavit to its petition versus the engineering company required dismissal of the petition below the plain language of Tex. Civ. Prac. & Rem. Code § a hundred and fifty.002. § a hundred and fifty.002(a) demands an affidavit or certification of merit from a competent experienced to accompany a plaintiff’s…
By: Bradley Arant Boult Cummings LLP

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