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Click here for the full text of this decision FACTS:The relator and the real parties in interest to this mandamus proceeding “agree that the Court should issue the writ of mandamus and direct the [Hidalgo County Probate Court] to vacate its order that transferred the underlying case from the District Court of Travis County to the Probate Court No. One of Hidalgo County.” HOLDING:The court conditionally grants mandamus relief and directs the Hidalgo County Probate Court to vacate its order granting the motion to transfer. In Gonzalez v. Reliant Energy Inc., 159 S.W.3d 615 (Tex. 2005) and in In Re: Reliant Energy Inc., 159 S.W.3d 624 (Tex. 2005), the court held that Texas Civil Practice and Remedies Code �15.007 directs that in a wrongful death or personal injury case, the venue provisions in Chapter 15 take precedence over the venue provisions of the Texas Probate Code. Pursuant to Texas Rule of Appellate Procedure 52.8(c), the court grants the petition for writ of mandamus and issues this opinion without hearing oral argument. OPINION:Per curiam.

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