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(a) Before the 10th day preceding the effective date of an address change, a residential mortgage loan originator shall notify the commissioner or authorized designee in writing of the new address.
(b) A person licensed under this chapter must notify the commissioner or the commissioner's authorized designee not later than the 10th day after the date of any change in the person's name for the issuance of an amended license.
(c) When the sponsorship of a residential mortgage loan originator is terminated, the residential mortgage loan originator or the former sponsoring entity licensed or registered under this chapter or Chapter 156 shall immediately notify the commissioner. The residential mortgage loan originator's license then becomes inactive. The residential mortgage loan originator license may be activated if, before the license expires, an entity licensed or registered under this chapter or Chapter 156 files a request, accompanied by a $25 fee, notifying the commissioner that the entity will sponsor the residential mortgage loan originator and will assume responsibility for the actions of the residential mortgage loan originator.
(d) A residential mortgage loan originator may not conduct business under any assumed name that is not the registered assumed name of the entity licensed or registered under this chapter or Chapter 156 that is sponsoring the originator.
(e) A fee under this section is not refundable and may not be credited or applied to any other fee or indebtedness owed by the person paying the fee.
Cite this article: FindLaw.com - Texas Finance Code - FIN § 157.019. Modification of License; Change of Sponsorship - last updated April 14, 2021 | https://codes.findlaw.com/tx/finance-code/fin-sect-157-019/
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