For Attorneys

All states have procedures for appointment of a Receiver. Texas law allows judges to appoint a receiver to enforce unpaid judgments and control corporate entities, pursuant to Tex. Civ. Prac. & Rem. Code, chs 31, 64 and Tex. Bus. Organs. Code, ch… Read More

For Others/Judgment Creditors

What Is a Receiver? In the typical civil court case, a plaintiff sues a defendant for money. If the plaintiff wins, the court renders judgment in favor of the plaintiff and against the defendant and orders the defendant to pay the plaintiff money. If… Read More