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Property Keyed to Sprankling
Vasquez v. Vasquez
Citation:973 S.W.2d 330 (Tex. App. 1998)
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On July 29, 1992, Juanita Vasquez Carr executed a will naming Plaintiffs Ignacio and Jose Vasquez her sole beneficiaries. Thereafter on February 6, 1993, Juanita executed a deed granting the property to Defendant Brigido Vasquez. Juanita left the deed in the custody of her attorney, with instructions that the attorney was not to file the deed until after her death. Upon Juanita’s death, Juanita’s attorney recorded the deed on October 6, 1993 and notified Brigido. On January 13, 1994, Juanita’s will was filed and the terms of the will allowed for the conveyance of the property to Ignacio and Jose, leaving it unclear who the rightful owner of the property was.
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