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Constitution of the State of Texas 1876 Art. 16, § 50. Homestead;  protection from forced sale;  mortgages, trust deeds and liens

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A state agency head shall file copies of all settlements, and a state agency head or the Attorney General shall file copies of all final, nonappealable judgments, of all self-insured liability claims with the Risk Manager. If the state agency has insufficient funds to pay the settlement or judgment, the state agency shall notify the Risk Manager. The Risk Manager shall then submit the settlement or judgment to the Legislature in the same manner as provided in the State Miscellaneous Claims Act. The Legislature shall review the settlement or judgment and make an appropriation if appropriate.

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