The Laws of Texas, 1927 [Volume 25] Page: 81 of 1,111
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GENERAL AND SPECIAL LAWS. 65
and certified to by the district clerk of the county in which said
transfer is made together with all orders made in said case and
such certified copies of such orders together with the original
papers shall be filed among the papers of any case thus transferred
and the fees thereof shall be taxed as a part of the costs
of said suit, and the clerk of said court shall docket any such
case in the court to which it shall have been transferred and
when so entered the court to which same shall have been thus
transferred shall have like jurisdiction therein as in cases
originally filed in said court and the same shall be dropped from
the docket of the said court from which it was transferred, provided
that all process and writs issued out of the district court
from which any such transfer is made shall be returnable to the
term of court to which said transfer is made according to the
terms of the district court of said respective courts as fixed by
this Act, and that all bonds executed and recognizances entered
into any district court from which any such transfer is made
shall bind the parties for their appearance or to fulfill the obligations
of such bonds and recognizances at the terms of said court
to which said transfer is made as said terms are fixed by this
Act in the respective counties.
SEC. 11. The district attorney of the 31st Judicial District
may upon request of the district attorney of the84th Judicial
District assist the said district attorney in the trial of any criminal
case or habeas corpus case pending in the District Court of
said 84th Judicial District in any of the counties therein, and
likewise the district attorney of the 84th Judical District may
upon request of the district attorney of the 31st Judicial District
assist said district attorney in the trial of any criminal case or
habeas corpus case pending in the district court of said 31st Judicial
District in any of the counties therein, and in all such
cases the district attorney so assisting shall receive the same
compensation for such services as is now provided by law for
such services in the district for which he is appointed or has
been elected, but nothing herein shall be construed as limiting the
authority of the district attorneys of the two districts from having
absolute control and management of criminal cases and
habeas corpus cases which are tried in their respective counties.
SEC. 12. If a section, paragraph or provision of this Act be
held or declared unconstitutional or invalid for any reason, such
holding shall not in any manner affect the remaining sections,
paragraphs and provisions of this Act, but the same shall remain
in full force and effect.
SEC. 13. This Act in so far as it pertains to the 84th Judicial
District shall expire and cease to be effective on and after two
years from the date said Act takes effect, and thereupon all
cases, matters and things pending in any court in said 84th District
shall by operation of law be transferred to the district court
in the same county of the 31st Judicial District and such cases,
matters and things shall have the same status as if originally
filed in said 31st Judicial District.
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Gammel, Hans Peter Mareus Neilsen. The Laws of Texas, 1927 [Volume 25], book, 1927; Austin, Texas. (texashistory.unt.edu/ark:/67531/metapth16125/m1/81/: accessed June 24, 2017), University of North Texas Libraries, The Portal to Texas History, texashistory.unt.edu; .