Selected State Statutes: Texas
84.004. Hearing Rescheduled for Insufficient Notice
(a) If a respondent receives service of notice of an application for a protective order within 48 hours before the time set for the hearing, on request by the respondent, the court shall reschedule the hearing for a date not later than 14 days after the date set for the hearing.(b) The respondent is not entitled to additional service for a hearing rescheduled under this section.
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