(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.
The agency certifies that legal counsel has reviewed
the adoption and found it to be a valid exercise of the agency's legal
Filed with the Office
of the Secretary of State on November 21, 2019
Deputy General Counsel
Texas Real Estate Commission
Effective date: December 11, 2019
date: August 30, 2019
For further information, please call: (512) 936-3093