In Trevino v. Fernandez, 13 Tex. 630, it was held, that a decree of a Mexican court, if final in its nature, vesting title in a party before it to a tract of land on this side of the Rio Grande within the limits of the State of Texas, as defined by the political authorities, must be respected if in fact that government was in hostile possession of the territory in which the land was up to and at the date of the decree.Summary of this case from Daniel v. Hutcheson
Delivered and Filed: April 13, 2011.
Appealed from the County Court At Law No. 10, Bexar County, Texas, Trial Court No. 343992, Honorable Irene Rios, Judge Presiding.
Sitting: CATHERINE STONE, Chief Justice, KAREN ANGELINI, Justice, SANDEE BRYAN MARION, Justice.
Appellant has filed a motion indicating that the parties have fully resolved and settled all issues in dispute. Because the parties have reached a final settlement of all issues raised in this appeal, appellant asks that we dismiss this appeal. See TEX. R. APP. P. 42.1(a)(1). Appellant's motion to dismiss is granted, and this appeal is dismissed. Costs of appeal are taxed against the appellant. See id. at (d).