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Q: Can you sue the state of Texas?
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Can an employer sue an employee in Texas?

Employers can sue employees in every state.

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Wade represented the state of Texas and Roe did not try to sue, she did sue.

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Texas. Texas. Texas.

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You must get permission from the State Attorney General's office in order to bring a suit against the State of Texas.

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Can a car dealer sue you for taking a car out of state?

I bought a car in Texas, then moved out of state, I still made payments, but not I'm behind. I intent to start paymants up again, but now the dealer is saying that he is going to sue me, Can he?

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In Texas can you sue your husband lover for breaking up your marriage?

The state of Texas no longer recognizes alienation of affection as a reason for a lawsuit. However, you may be able to sue her for something else or under a different jurisdiction depending on the circumstances. To find out about your specific situation, check with an attorney.

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How can you collect your child support overpayment?

Depends on the state. Texas allows overpayments to be requested from the person who received them although they knew they were not owed. If not, you can sue them. Check you state laws.

Can you sue a woman who had an affair with your husband in the state of Texas?

There are two reasons 'Alienation of Affection and criminal conversation which unfortunately have been abolished in the State of Texas. It is your husband that is the problem (he's out hunting for women) and you should legally go after him and not the woman.

Can you sue a city in Texas?

The right to take a government entity such as a city, state, or even the country as a whole, to court is honored throughout the United States, including Texas.