Texas Rules of Civil Procedure
A pleading founded wholly or in part on any private or special act or law of this State or of
the Republic of Texas need only recite the title thereof, the date of its approval, and set out
in substance so much of such act or laws as may be pertinent to the cause of action or defense.

This Rule 53 of Civil Procedure allows us to use these Texas Laws as evidence in our defense,
which gives the Reason why it's important to have your backup evidence documented….
as you can use it in court, by simply stating the particulars.

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Current Books of Authority:

Historical Books of Authority:

Land Patents and Grants as Trusts (in Equity):

Texas Law Research Websites:

State Specific Land Grant / Patent Research

The Organic Laws of The United States of America:

Municipalities, Public Officials and Administrators:

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Finding an Article III Court:

Black's Law Dictionaries:

Bouvier's Law Dictionary:

Bouviers 1856 Maxims of Law:

A Collection of Legal Maxims in Law and Equity:

Maxims of Equity:

Blackstone's Commentaries: