Texas Business Organizations Code
Sec. § 10.363
Powers and Duties of Appraiser; Appraisal Procedures


An appraiser appointed under Section 10.361 has the power and authority that:


is granted by the court in the order appointing the appraiser; and


may be conferred by a court to a master in chancery as provided by Rule 171, Texas Rules of Civil Procedure.


The appraiser shall:


determine the fair value of an ownership interest of an owner adjudged by the court to be entitled to payment for the ownership interest; and


file with the court a report of that determination.


The appraiser is entitled to examine the books and records of a responsible organization and may conduct investigations as the appraiser considers appropriate. A dissenting owner or responsible organization may submit to an appraiser evidence or other information relevant to the determination of the fair value of the ownership interest required by Subsection (b)(1).


The clerk of the court appointing the appraiser shall provide notice of the filing of the report under Subsection (b) to each dissenting owner named in the list filed under Section 10.361 and the responsible organization.
Acts 2003, 78th Leg., ch. 182, Sec. 1, eff. Jan. 1, 2006.
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