The Laws of Texas, 1931-1933 [Volume 28] Page: 61 of 2,111
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FORTY-SECOND LEGISLATURE-FIRST CALLED SESSION. 53
in the discretion of the court, to intervene in said suit before
said bond is fixed and to make proof of his damages which
might result from a violation of such rule, regulation or order.
Upon motion and for good cause shown the court may from time
to time increase or decrease the amount of such bond after notice
to the parties and may require new or additional sureties as the
facts may justify.
SEC. 11. Either party to said suit has the right of appeal
from the final judgment therein and said appeal shall at once
be returnable to the appellate court and said action so appealed
shall have precedence in said appellate court over all cases, proceedings
and causes of a different character therein pending. In
the Court of Civil Appeals such Court shall imediately and at
as early a date as possible decide the questions involved therein;
and in the event any question or questions shall be certified to
the Supreme Court, or writ of error thereto be requested or
granted, it is here made the duty of the Supreme Court to immediately
set down said cause for hearing and decide the cause
at as early a date as possible, and such cause shall have precedence
over all other cases, proceedings and causes of a different
character in such court. All laws and parts of laws in
conflict with the provisions of this Section are hereby repealed.
SEC. 12. Whenever any order, rule or regulation promulgated
by the Commission has been finally adjudged to be valid,
in whole or in part, in any suit to which the Commission is a
party, and thereafter any party to the suit or other proceedings
in which such matter has been so adjudged, shall violate such
rule, regulation, order or judgment, or shall thereafter suffer
any property owned or controlled by him to be used in violation
of any such rule, regulation, order, or judgment, the Commission
shall have the power, and it shall be its duty to make application
to the judge of the trial court, setting out such rule,
regulation, order or judgment and that such party, subsequent
to the date of such judgment, has violated or is violating such
rule, regulation, order or judgment, and praying that a rceiver
be appointed as provided in this Section. Thereupon, the judge
of such trial court may, after notice and hearing, appoint a receiver
of the property involved or used in violation of such rule,
regulation, order or judgment, and shall fix a proper bond
for such receiver. As soon as such receiver has qualified, he
shall take possession of such property, and such receiver thereafter
shall perform his duties as receiver of such property
under the orders of said court, strictly observing such rule,
regulation, order or judgment. Any party whose property has
been so placed in the hands of a receiver may move to dissolve
such receivership and to discharge the receiver upon such terms
as the court may prescribe.
SEC. 13. Nothing herein contained o'r authorized, and no
suit by or against the Commission, and no penalties imposed
upon or claimed against any party violating any Statute of this
State, or any rule, regulation or order of the Commission, shall
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Gammel, Hans Peter Mareus Neilsen. The Laws of Texas, 1931-1933 [Volume 28], book, 1933; Austin, Texas. (texashistory.unt.edu/ark:/67531/metapth17293/m1/61/: accessed September 22, 2017), University of North Texas Libraries, The Portal to Texas History, texashistory.unt.edu; .