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Texas Finance Code - FIN § 151.208. Surrender of License

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(a) A license holder may surrender the license holder's license by delivering the original license to the commissioner along with a written notice of surrender that includes the location at which the license holder's records will be stored and the name, address, telephone number, and other contact information for an individual who is authorized to provide access to the records.

(b) A license holder shall surrender the license holder's license if the license holder becomes ineligible for a license under Section 151.202(c).

(c) The surrender of a license does not reduce or eliminate a license holder's civil or criminal liability arising from any acts or omissions before the surrender of the license, including any administrative action undertaken by the commissioner to revoke or suspend a license, to assess an administrative penalty, to order the payment of restitution, or to exercise any other authority under this chapter.  Further, the surrender of a license does not release the security required of the license holder under Section 151.308 or 151.506.

Cite this article: - Texas Finance Code - FIN § 151.208. Surrender of License - last updated April 14, 2021 |

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