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TITLE 37PUBLIC SAFETY AND CORRECTIONS
PART 1TEXAS DEPARTMENT OF PUBLIC SAFETY
CHAPTER 13CONTROLLED SUBSTANCES
SUBCHAPTER BPRECURSOR CHEMICAL LABORATORY APPARATUS (PCLA)
RULE §13.11Application

(a) Applicants for a precursor chemical laboratory apparatus (PCLA) permit under this subchapter must apply in a manner prescribed by the department.

(b) An application for an annual PCLA permit is complete when it contains all information required by the department, including:

  (1) Business name;

  (2) Business owner/representative;

  (3) Storage facility address;

  (4) Multiple businesses owned by applicant of agent;

  (5) Identification of the PCLA to be obtained;

  (6) Description of how the PCLA will be used;

  (7) Consent to inspect acknowledgement; and

  (8) Any supporting documentation or other information requested by the department.

(c) An application for a one-time PCLA permit is complete when it contains all information required by the department, including:

  (1) Applicant's name, address, telephone number, email address (if available), driver license number or Texas identification card number, and date of birth;

  (2) Quantity of PCLA associated with the request;

  (3) Description of how the PCLA will be used;

  (4) Consent to inspect acknowledgement; and

  (5) Any supporting documentation or other information requested by the department.

(d) The application form and any additional document or statement required by the department must be signed or electronically acknowledged by:

  (1) The applicant, if the applicant is an individual;

  (2) A general partner of the applicant, if the applicant is a partnership;

  (3) An officer of the applicant, if the applicant is a corporation or other business association; or

  (4) The administrator of the applicant, if the applicant is a hospital or teaching institution.

(e) If an incomplete application is received, notice of the deficiency will be sent to the applicant. The applicant will have 60 calendar days after receipt of notice to provide the required information and submit a complete application. If an applicant fails to furnish the documentation, the application will be considered withdrawn, and a new application will be required.

(f) By submitting the application, the applicant agrees to allow the department to conduct a criminal history background check as authorized by law.

(g) No fee is required for a permit under this subchapter.


Source Note: The provisions of this §13.11 adopted to be effective November 6, 2016, 41 TexReg 8619

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