|(a) Renewal application.
(1) A registration expires on the date shown on the
face of the registration issued to the license holder.
(2) If a license holder intends to renew an unexpired
registration, the license holder must, on or before the expiration
date of the current registration:
(A) file a renewal application through the online process
on the Commission's website or on the applicable form approved by
(B) submit the appropriate fee required by §535.404
of this title (relating to Fees); and
(C) comply with the fingerprinting requirements under
(b) Failure to provide information requested by the
Commission in connection with a renewal application is grounds for
disciplinary action under§1101.653 of the Act.
(c) A registrant who fails timely to pay a renewal
fee must apply for and receive a new registration in order to act
as an easement or right-of-way agent.
(d) The Commission will deliver a registration renewal
notice to a license holder three months before the expiration of the
license holder's current registration. Failure to receive the certificate
renewal notice does not relieve a certificate holder of the obligation
to renew a certificate.
(e) The Commission is not required to notify a business
entity such as a corporation, limited liability company, or partnership
that has failed to designate an officer, manager, or general partner
who meets the requirements of §1101.502 of the Act. The Commission
may not renew a registration issued to a business entity that has
not designated an officer, manager, or general partner who meets the
requirements of the Act.
(f) When the last day of the renewal period falls on
a non-business day, a renewal application is timely filed when the
application is received not later than the first business day following
the last day of the renewal period. "Non-business" days are Saturday,
Sunday, and any other day upon which the Commission offices are closed
due to a state holiday designated in the General Appropriations Act
or by other law.
(g) Denial of Renewal. The Commission may deny an application
for renewal of a registration if the registrant is in violation of
the terms of a Commission order.
|Source Note: The provisions of this §535.403 adopted to be effective August 18, 1998, 23 TexReg 8438; amended to be effective January 1, 2001, 25 TexReg 11654; amended to be effective October 4, 2001, 26 TexReg 7542; amended to be effective May 18, 2003, 28 TexReg 3952; amended to be effective August 31, 2004, 29 TexReg 8300; amended to be effective March 9, 2011, 36 TexReg 1563; amended to be effective April 1, 2012, 37 TexReg 1909; amended to be effective January 1, 2015, 39 TexReg 9669; amended to be effective December 11, 2019, 44 TexReg 7711