Sani v. Powell
By In the Court of Appeals for the First District of Texas
- Release Date - Published: 2005-01-26
- Book Genre: Law
- Author: In the Court of Appeals for the First District of Texas
Sani v. Powell In the Court of Appeals for the First District of Texas read online review & book description:
Appellants Ali Sani and Fatemeh Sadat, individually and d/b/a Pyramid Realty ("Sani"), purchased land belonging to appellees John Warren Powell and L. Annette Powell ("Powell") at a tax foreclosure sale. Shortly thereafter, Sani received and recorded a tax deed for the property. Sani appeals from a summary judgment declaring void the tax sale and deed which conveyed Powells property to him. Sani raises one issue in which he claims the trial court erred in failing to conclude that the two-year statute of limitations provided in section 33.54 of the Texas Tax Code barred Powell from bringing the underlying action. Powell asserts that section 33.54 does not apply because his intervening bankruptcy and the automatic bankruptcy stay rendered the tax sale and deed invalid.
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