law-intervention in pending suit | TRCP 60 | Tex. R. Civ. P. 60 |

RULE 60. INTERVENOR'S PLEADINGS
Any party may intervene by filing a pleading, subject to being stricken out by the court for sufficient
cause on the motion of any party.

PETITIONS IN INTERVENTION - INTERVENTION CASE LAW

In Re Penrod (Tex.App.- Houston [14th Dist.] Oct. 22, 2009)(per curiam denial of mandamus)
(mandamus denied re striking of petition in intervention)
MOTION OR WRIT DENIED: Per Curiam     
Before Chief Justice Hedges, Justices Anderson and Brown  
14-09-00776-CV  In Re Kathleen Penrod   
Appeal from 280th District Court of Harris County
Trial Court Judge:
Tony Lindsay   


In Re Northrop (Tex.App.- Houston [1st Dist.] Oct. 15, 2009)(Hanks)
(
SAPCR petition in intervention in DFPS/CPS child protection suit, timeliness of intervention)
DENY PETITION FOR WRIT OF MANDAMUS: Opinion by
Justice Hanks   
Before Justices Keyes, Alcala and Hanks    
01-09-00814-CV  In Re David Arnold Northrop    
Appeal from
257th District Court of Harris County
Trial Court Judge: Hon. Judy Warne


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