In Texas, what is the difference between (1) “reversed and remanded” and (2) “reversed and rendered”?

In Texas, what is the difference between (1) “reversed and remanded” and (2) “reversed and rendered”?

If a case is “reversed and remanded,” the appellate court has decided to send the case back to the lower court for the lower to court to take additional actions. When a case is “reversed and rendered,” the appellate court has decided to address the lower court’s error itself, rather than send the case back to the lower court for further action.

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