Tex. R. App. P. 52.10

As amended through October 12, 2021
Rule 52.10 - Temporary Relief
(a)Motion for Temporary Relief; Certificate of Compliance. The relator may file a motion to stay any underlying proceedings or for any other temporary relief pending the court's action on the petition. The relator must notify or make a diligent effort to notify all parties by expedited means (such as by telephone or fax) that a motion for temporary relief has been or will be filed and must certify to the court that the relator has complied with this paragraph before temporary relief will be granted.
(b)Grant of Temporary Relief. The court - on motion of any party or on its own initiative - may without notice grant any just relief pending the court's action on the petition. As a condition of granting temporary relief, the court may require a bond to protect the parties who will be affected by the relief. Unless vacated or modified, an order granting temporary relief is effective until the case is finally decided.
(c)Motion to Reconsider. Any party may move the court at any time to reconsider a grant of temporary relief.

Tex. R. App. P. 52.10