Texas Supreme Court Holds That Contractual Clauses That Waive The Statute Of Limitations May Be Enforceable

06.18.19

In Godoy v. Wells Fargo Bank, N.A., a bank sued a guarantor to recover on a deficiency following a foreclosure sale. No. 18-0071, 2019 Tex. LEXIS 443 (Tex. May 10, 2019). The defendant guarantor alleged that any such claim was barred by the two-year statute of limitations. The lender argued that the guarantor waived the...… Continue Reading

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