Texas Justices Dispute Strict Bank Service Scheme


By Katie Buehler (October 27, 2021, 4:18 p.m. EDT) – The Texas Supreme Court on Wednesday challenged US Bank NA’s claim that banks can only be properly served in lawsuits through their designated agents , wondering how to reconcile this interpretation with another state law that allows service through the Secretary of State in some cases.

US Bank urged the state’s High Court to overturn an unanswered default judgment against it and find that the Texas legislature has created a specific service program under section 17.028 of the Code of Practice and Remedies Texas civilians who require plaintiffs to serve banks through a registered agent.

In fact, section 17.028 was created to avoid …

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