A recent “Writing Wednesday” post on this blog examined the distinctions among “signing,” “entry,” and “rendition.” Midwest Compressor Systems v. Highland Imperial reviews the contours of “rendition” and found that one occurred when the trial court orally stated: “Motion for directed verdict is granted. Court finds that this case does fall under the statute of frauds requirements.” Accordingly, a motion for a trial amendment that came after that announcement was untimely. No. 05-19-01115-CV (June 22, 2021) (mem. op.).

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