Texas Transportation Code
Sec. § 54.056
Board Act or Proceeding Presumed Valid


A governmental act or proceeding of a board is conclusively presumed, as of the date it occurred, to be valid and to have occurred in accordance with all applicable law if:


the third anniversary of the effective date of the act or proceeding has expired; and


a lawsuit to annul or invalidate the act or proceeding has not been filed on or before that third anniversary.


This section does not apply to:


an act or proceeding that was void at the time it occurred;


an act or proceeding that, under a statute of this state or the United States, was a misdemeanor or felony at the time the act or proceeding occurred; or


a matter that on the effective date of this section:


is involved in litigation if the litigation ultimately results in the matter being held invalid by a final judgment of a court; or


has been held invalid by a final judgment of a court.
Added by Acts 2007, 80th Leg., R.S., Ch. 169 (S.B. 1836), Sec. 3, eff. September 1, 2007.
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