Villaje del Rio, Ltd. v. Colina del Rio, L.P.

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Villaje del Rio, Ltd. v. Colina del Rio, L.P.
2009 WL 1606431 (W.D. Tex.)
US
Federal Court
Texas
United States District Court
Paul Hornsby and Martyn Glenn (plaintiff)
Rodriguez

Summary

Court precludes developer from testifying as an expert regarding construction project’s solvency and value, and it strikes two valuation experts because they relied on appraisals prepared during financing phases of the project, not its construction phases ...
Villaje del Rio, Ltd. v. Colina del Rio, L.P.
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Court precludes developer from testify as an expert regarding construction project’s solvency and value, and it strikes two valuation experts because they relied on appraisals prepared during financing phases of the project, not its construction phases.

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