CONTRACT AMBIGUITY AS DEFENSE
When asserting ambiguity as an affirmative defense, the pleading must set out the alleged ambiguous portion of the contract and the meaning or construction relied on by the party asserting ambiguity. See World Help v. Leisure Lifestyles, Inc., 977 S.W.2d 662, 680 (Tex. App.-Fort Worth 1998, pet. denied).
SOURCE: DALLAS COURT OF APPEALS - No. 05-11-01536-CV - 6/7/2013