|(a) Except for an application to convey imported water, new or future increases of groundwater-based effluent or other groundwater as provided in subsection (b) of this section, notice of an application to convey groundwater-based effluent or other water in the bed and banks of a stream or watercourse pursuant to Texas Water Code, §11.042(b) and (c) shall be provided by first class mail, postage prepaid, by the commission to every water right holder of record downstream of the discharge point at least thirty (30) days prior to commission consideration of the application. (b) If the commission has received a written statement of a proposed conveyance of imported water pursuant to Texas Water Code, §11.042(a-1), or new or future increases in groundwater-based effluent or other groundwaters in the bed and banks of a stream or watercourse pursuant to Texas Water Code, §11.042(b), it shall send notice to each diverter of record on the watercourse between the proposed point of discharge and the proposed point of diversion. The notice shall set forth the approximate time that deliveries of such water will occur, the legal consequences that could result from the unlawful diversion and taking of such water in transit, and other details the commission considers appropriate. (c) Notice of an application for a bed and banks permit under this section shall also be provided to the Texas Parks and Wildlife Department and the Public Interest Counsel. (d) No published notice shall be required for an application under this section. (e) The applicant shall be responsible for the costs of providing notice under this section. (For notice requirements relating to the conveyance of stored water under Texas Water Code, §11.042(a), see §295.160 of this title (relating to Notice of Applications to Convey Stored Water).) (f) Nothing in this section is intended to deny any additional notice to an affected person that may be required under the Texas Administrative Procedure Act.