The 4th Court rules that changing the vinyl on a billboard sign doesn’t constitute a “mo

At issue in this appeal was whether changing the vinyl on a billboard sign constitutes a “modification” to a real property improvement under chapter 95 of the Texas Civil Practice and Remedies Code. Because the undisputed facts as depicted in this appellate record do not show that the billboard sign was “modified,” the 4th Court concluded that chapter 95 does not apply. Therefore, the court reversed the trial court’s judgment and remanded for further proceedings.

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