Texas Occupations Code - Section 1201.213. Eligibility To Sign Right Of Survivorship Agreement
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§ 1201.213. ELIGIBILITY TO SIGN RIGHT OF SURVIVORSHIP
AGREEMENT. (a) A person is eligible to sign a right of
survivorship agreement under this subchapter if the person:
(1) is married and the spouse of the signing person is
the only other party to the agreement;
(2) is unmarried and attests to that unmarried status
by affidavit; or
(3) is married and provides the department with an
affidavit from the signing person's spouse that attests that the
signing person's interest in the manufactured home is the signing
person's separate property.
(b) If the statement of ownership and location is being
issued in connection with the sale of the home, the seller is not
eligible to sign a right of survivorship agreement under this
subchapter unless the seller is the child, grandchild, parent,
grandparent, or sibling of each other person signing the agreement.
A family relationship required by this subsection may be a
relationship established by adoption.
Added by Acts 2001, 77th Leg., ch. 1421, § 2, eff. June 1, 2003.
Amended by Acts 2003, 78th Leg., ch. 338, § 23, eff. June 18,
Last modified: August 11, 2007