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Dartson v. Foreclosure

Court of Appeals of Texas, Fifth District, Dallas

January 22, 2014

FRANCES DARTSON, Appellant
v.
O FORECLOSURE, Appellee

On Appeal from the 44th Judicial District Court Dallas County, Texas Trial Court Cause No. DC-12-14230

Before Justices Moseley, Bridges, and Evans

MEMORANDUM OPINION

DAVID L. BRIDGES JUSTICE

The clerk's record in this case is overdue. By letter dated July 15, 2013, we informed appellant that the District Clerk had notified the Court that the clerk's record had not been filed because appellant had not paid for or made arrangements to pay for the clerk's record. We directed appellant to file written verification that she had paid for or made arrangements to pay for the clerk's record or that she had been found entitled to proceed without payment of costs. We cautioned appellant that if she did not file the required documentation within ten days, we might dismiss the appeal for want of prosecution. To date, appellant has not provided the required documentation or otherwise communicated with the Court regarding the status of the clerk's record.

Accordingly, we dismiss this appeal. See Tex. R. App. P. 37.3(b).

JUDGMENT

On Appeal from the 44th Judicial District Court, Dallas County, Texas Trial Court Cause No. DC-12-14230. Opinion delivered by Justice Bridges. Justices Moseley and Evans participating.

In accordance with this Court's opinion of this date, this appeal is DISMISSED. It is ORDERED that appellee O FORECLOSURE recover its costs of ...


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