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Texas Government Code - GOV'T § 2254.110. Void Contract

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A contract entered into or an arrangement made in violation of this subchapter is void as against public policy, and no fees may be paid to any person under the contract or under any theory of recovery for work performed in connection with a void contract. ?A contract that is submitted to and approved by the attorney general under Section 2254.1038 cannot later be declared void under this section.

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