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Written by attorney David James HagEstad Sr. | Aug 25, 2017

A Brief Guide to Suits on Sworn Accounts in Texas.

There is a big difference between a simple breach of contract action and a suit on a sworn account. A suit on sworn account is not technically a separate cause of action, but merely a separate method of proving a Defendant has breached a contract with them.

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For more information, look to the Texas Rules of Civil Procedure available online. Specifically, view Texas Rules of Civil Procedure 185 for more information. Should you have any questions about pursuing or defending against a suit on sworn account or breach of contract. Contact a local attorney near you.

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