Music Publishing and Divorce In Texas: No Extrinsic Fraud

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The Court of Appeals of Texas, Fourth District, San Antonio, ruled there was no extrinsic fraud in divorce proceedings when one spouse conveys songs out of a community property music publishing company without the express knowledge of the other spouse. Sanchez v. Sanchez, No. 04-09-00477-CV (Tex. Civ. App. — San Antonio, June 2, 2010).

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