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Residence

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KP-0026
Ken Paxton

A city's charter provision limiting a person's eligibility to serve on a tax increment reinvestment zone board to only city residents conflicts with Tax Code section 311.009(e) and is void.|A charter provision limiting the number of terms a tax increment reinvestment zone board member may serve where Tax Code section 311.009(c) would permit the tax increment reinvestment zone board member to serve an unlimited number of terms likely renders such a charter provision void.|A charter provision limiting the number of terms a tax increment reinvestment zone board member may serve where Tax Code section 311.009(c) would permit the tax increment reinvestment zone board member to serve an unlimited number of terms likely renders such a charter provision void|A home-rule city's charter provision that conflicts with state law is void.|A city's charter provision limiting a person's eligibility to serve on a tax increment reinvestment zone board to only city residents conflicts with Tax Code section 311.900(e) and is void.

KP-0222
Ken Paxton

Classification of recreational vehicle park occupants as licensees or tenants for eviction purposes

GA-0141
Greg Abbott

Voter registrar, detailed administrative procedure governing submission, approval, cancellation of voter registration applications to be conducted by|Residence, student living in dormitory may establish dormitory as residence and permissibly register to vote in county where dormitory is located|Violations of section 13.007 of Election Code which makes it a criminal offense to submit false or fraudulent information on a voter registration application, local prosecutors are authorized to investigate and prosecute whenever credible evidence or comp|Voter registrar, local prosecutors have no authority to prevent voter registrar from performing the registrar's duties as provided by law|Voting and voter registration, both bodily presence and current intention on part of applicant or voter are necessary to establish residence for purposes of|Voting and voter registration, residence is defined to mean 'domicile,' i.e., one home and fixed place of habitation to which one intends to return after any temporary absence for purposes of

GA-0151
Greg Abbott

Conservation and reclamation district operating under chapters 49 and 65 of the Water Code, person who purchases water from but who resides outside district's boundaries is ineligible to vote in election

GA-0185
Greg Abbott

Article 6288 of the Revised Civil Statutes governs the residency requirements for directors of the Texas Mexican Railway Company

GA-0526
Greg Abbott

Residence restrictions on sex offenders, whether a home-rule municipality constitutionally may adopt|Sex offenders, state law does not preempt a home-rule municipality's authority to adopt residence restrictions on|Residence restriction on sex offenders, a general-law municipality has no authority to adopt|Residence restrictions on sex offenders, state law does not preempt a home-rule municipality's authority to adopt

JC-0148
John Cornyn

Deputy constable not required to reside in precinct for which he was appointed|Residence, deputy constable not required to maintain in precinct for which he was appointed

JC-0462
John Cornyn

Two constables serving in same precinct after one constable's precinct is abolished have same authority and duties|Constable precinct, when abolished by redistricting, article V, section 18(c) of Texas Constitution provides constable will serve out term in precinct where he or she resides|Redistricting, when constable's precinct is abolished by redistricting, article V, section 18(c) of Texas Constitution provides that constable will serve out term in precinct where he or she resides

JC-0483
John Cornyn

Abolition of justice precinct by redistricting, article V, section 18(c) of Texas Constitution provides that justice of the peace will serve out full term in precinct where he or she resides|Abolition of justice precinct by redistricting, article V, section 18(c) of Texas Constitution provides that justice of the peace will serve out full term in precinct where he or she resides and justice cannot be required to resign|Justice precinct, if abolished by redistricting, article V, section 18(c) of Texas Constitution provides that justice of the peace will serve out full term in precinct where he or she resides

JC-0520
John Cornyn

Dormitory or hotel, resident of may be Texas domiciliary for purpose of obtaining commercial driver's license|Domicile|Dormitory or hotel, Department may not conclusively presume resident of is not Texas domiciliary