No. 12489.

545 S.W.2d 289 (1977)

David MOODY, Appellant, v. TEMPLE NATIONAL BANK et al., Appellees.

Court of Civil Appeals of Texas, Austin.

January 5, 1977.

Attorney(s) appearing for the Case

Kevin Holcomb, Watkins, Ledbetter & Ramsey, Austin, for appellant.

Jerry Secrest, Daniel, Tarver & Secrest, Temple, for appellees.

SHANNON, Justice.

Appellant, David Moody, filed suit in the district court of Bill County against Grady Tindle and appellees Temple National Bank and its employees, Bill Vanicek and Louis Robinson. The district court granted appellees' motion for summary judgment. We will reverse the judgment and remanded the cause to district court.

Appellant claims, among other things, that the judgment should be reversed because appellees' motion for summary judgment failed...

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