Board members immune from personal liability (TX)

Plaintiff condominium owners sued association and board members to restore their homes after hurricane and fire damage. when complex was instead demolished,. Trial court granted summary judgment in favor of board members, and severed the remaining claims against the association. . In affirming, the court held that board members were immune from personal liability under § 84.004 of the Texas Charitable Immunity and Liability Act because they were volunteers rendering services for the association.     Read the article…………..    (Registration required for full article, but basics are shown)


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