TEXAS ASSISTED LIVING FACILITY LOSES APPEAL OF $40,000 FINE, FEES Health Enrichment & Longevity Inst. v. State | Secondary Sources | Westlaw

TEXAS ASSISTED LIVING FACILITY LOSES APPEAL OF $40,000 FINE, FEES Health Enrichment & Longevity Inst. v. State | Secondary Sources | Westlaw

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7 No. 2 Andrews Nursing Home Litig. Rep. 10
Andrews Nursing Home Litigation Reporter
*1 July 23, 2004
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TEXAS ASSISTED LIVING FACILITY LOSES APPEAL OF $40,000 FINE, FEES

Health Enrichment & Longevity Inst. v. State

The owners of an assisted-living facility in Texas have lost their bid to upset a five-figure penalty assessed against them for operating their facility without a license for five months.
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