The Laws of Texas, 1931-1933 [Volume 28] Page: 73 of 2,111
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FORTY-SECOND LEGISLATURE-FIRST CALLED SESSION. 65
make, application to the Judge of the trial court, setting out
such rules, 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 receiver 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 violating
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 discharge the receiver only upon showing
that such party has not wilfully violated nor suffered property
owned or controlled by him to be used in violating such rule,
regulation, order or judgment or upon other good cause shown.
In its discretion such court may, before dissolving such receivership
or discharging such receiver, require the party applying for
such dissolution or discharge to give bond with good and sufficient
sureties in an amount to be fixed by the court, sufficient
reasonably to indemnify all persons who may suffer damage by
reason of the violation of the rule, regulation or order so adjudged
to be valid. In determining the amount of such bond,
the judge shall take into consideration all of the facts and circumstances
surrounding the parties which he may deem necessary
to determine the reasonableness of the amount of such bond
and any bond so executed, if made by any bonding or surety
company, shall be by some company authorized to do business in
Texas. Such bond shall be made payable to, and be approved
by, the judge of said court and shall be for the use and benefit
of, and may be sued on, by all persons who may suffer damage
by reason of any further violation by the party giving the bond
of the rule, regulation or order so adjudged to be valid, and who
may bring suit thereon. From time to time on motion the court
may increase or decrease the amount of such bond, and may
require new or additional sureties as the facts may warrant or
SEC. 11g. Any common purchaser of oil or gas as herein defined
shall, in making purchases of royalty oil, comply with all
the provisions of this Act, and shall not discriminate between
royalty and/or land owners in making such purchases. Neither
shall said common purchaser unreasonably delay payments to
said land and/or royalty owner for said oil or gas purchased.
For violation whereof in addition to the other penalties herein
set out, the land and royalty owner or owners damaged thereby
shall have a cause of action against said common purchaser for
damages and may file suit for same in any court of competent
jurisdiction in the county where the royalty lies.
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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/m1/73/: accessed October 19, 2017), University of North Texas Libraries, The Portal to Texas History, texashistory.unt.edu; .