I signed a residential lease in Nov. 2011 as tenant. Landlord (defined as owner of the property) was only identified by a last name. Property management company signed on behalf of "owners last name". At the end of the lease, I got into a deposit dispute and sued in JP. I identified Landlord by tax roll. Landlord counterclaims for damage plus atty fees and wins in JP. I appeal to CC. I have now discovered (county clerk recs) that the person I sued was the true owners daughter, and that as of the date of the lease, landlord had no interest in the property, but acquired the property in Jan 2013. Assuming mgt. co. didn't have an agreement w/ true owner, am I bound by the lease? Particularly the atty fee provision? Could I successfully sue for the rent I paid to the wrong person?Lease was on standard TREC form. I am 100% certain regarding non-ownership. I put in a request for production any contracts between 'landlord' and third parties, co-owners, etc. They responded that was not relevant and did not produce anything. I'm mostly concerned that they're going to claim an oral property management agreement between purported 'landlord' and her mother, the true owner. Second most concern is that judge 86's my amended petition (filed today) which adds fraud, dtpa, fdcpa claims and adds the property mgt. co and its employee as defendants. Trial is supposed to be March 6. Whaddya think?