Foreclosures

Quiet Title Claim Sustained by Texas Appellate Court

The Court holds that there was reversible error in the portion of the trial court’s order granting summary judgment for the appellee, Deutsche Bank National Trust Company, N.A., as to the quiet-title claim of the appellant, Winona Flippon Vazquez.Panel consists of Chief Justice Radack, Justice Massengale, and Justice Huddle. Opinion delivered by Justice Massengale.

Court of Appeals
First District of Texas
NO. 01-13-00220-CV

WINONA FLIPPON VAZQUEZ, Appellant

V.

DEUTSCHE BANK NATIONAL TRUST COMPANY, N.A., Appellee

Appeal from the 281st District Court of Harris County. (Tr. Ct. No. 2012-21582).

This case is an appeal from the final order signed by the trial court on February 18, 2013. After submitting the case on the appellate record and the arguments properly raised by the parties, the Court holds that there was reversible error in the portion of the trial court’s order granting summary judgment for the appellee, Deutsche Bank National Trust Company, N.A., as to the quiet-title claim of the appellant, Winona Flippon Vazquez.

Accordingly, the Court reverses this portion of the trial court’s order and remands the quiet-title claim.

The Court orders that the appellee, Deutsche Bank National Trust Company, N.A., pay all appellate costs.

The Court orders that this decision be certified below for observance.

Judgment rendered July 24, 2014.

Panel consists of Chief Justice Radack, Justice Massengale, and Justice Huddle. Opinion delivered by Justice Massengale.

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