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The 1996 Texas Supplement Regarding Lawyers' Opinion Letters in Mortgage Loan Transactions (the "Texas Supplement") was prepared by the Real Estate, Probate and Trust Law Section's Committee on Lawyer's Opinion Letters in Mortgage Loan Transactions in a continuing effort to simplify the process of requesting, negotiating and giving borrower's counsel's opinions in Texas mortgage loan transactions. It follows -- and supersedes -- the prior product of the Committee: Preliminary Draft of a Statement of Policy Regarding Lawyers' Opinion Letters in Mortgage Loan Transactions, 23 State Bar Newsletter for Real Estate, Probate and Trust Law, No. 2 (January, 1985).
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