The Full Faith and Credit Clause of the United States Constitution Requires Texas Courts to Enforce a Final Valid Permanent Injunction Granted by a Foreign State Court



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Texas Tech Law Review


Summarizes Rich v. Con-Stan Industries, Inc., which held that the full faith and credit clause of the United States Supreme Court requires Texas courts to enforce a final and valid judgement from a foreign state court. The instant court found unpersuasive that the case at hand was an injunction granted to enjoin unfair trade practices and not for the payment of money, the only full faith and credit clause issue previously decided by the United States Supreme Court.



Unfair trade practices, Full faith and credit, Final valid permanent injunction, Rich v. Con-Stan Industries, Inc., Case note


2 Tex. Tech L. Rev. 137