Legal Question in Civil Rights Law in Texas

Rule 11 agreement

Hello -

I need to know what a rule 11 agreement is.

Thank you!

Asked on 6/09/03, 5:01 pm

3 Answers from Attorneys

Nile Copeland Copeland Law Group, PLLC

Re: Rule 11 agreement

Briefly it is an agreement between the attorneys or parties relating to the lawsuit. The rules of civil procedure will explain this in more detail and also explains the requirements to create and enforce them.

If you do not have a law library nearby you can order O'Connors Texas Rules of Civil Procedure from

If all else fails, your local courthouse will likely have a law library you may be able to use upon request.

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Answered on 6/09/03, 7:26 pm

Regina Mullen Legal Data Services, PLC

Re: Rule 11 agreement

Rule 11 in federal or state court? Civil or criminal? Rule 11 deals with a variety of situations, so it's almost impossible to answer your question without more information.

It's a good question, though, so post a more detailed question to again and I'm sure someone will help you!

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Answered on 6/09/03, 7:33 pm
Trang Tran Tran Law Firm L.L.P.

Re: Rule 11 agreement

Read Texas Rules of Civil Procedure 11. It's short. How? Go to the closest County Law Library or Law School Library and ask the librarian for the Texas Rules of Civil Procedure.

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Answered on 6/09/03, 6:48 pm

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