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(a) A person who pays the applicable registration fees and late filing fee as provided by Section 349.301 is considered for all purposes to have had the required registration for the periods for which the registration fees have been paid.
(b) A person who renews an expired license and pays the applicable license fees and, if required, a late filing fee as provided by Section 349.301 is considered for all purposes to have held the required license as if it had not expired.
(c) A person who obtains a license and pays the applicable license fees and the late filing fee under Section 349.301 is considered for all purposes to have held the license for the period during which it was required but only as to a loan on which the person has contracted for, charged, or received interest that does not exceed the amount that would have been allowed for the loan under Chapter 303.
(d) A person who under this section is considered to have been registered or to have held a license is not subject to any liability, forfeiture, or penalty, other than as provided by this subchapter, relating to the person's not having been registered or not holding a license during the period for which the registration or license fees and late filing fee are paid under Section 349.301.
Cite this article: FindLaw.com - Texas Finance Code - FIN § 349.304. Effect of Compliance With Subchapter for Registrant or License Holder - last updated April 14, 2021 | https://codes.findlaw.com/tx/finance-code/fin-sect-349-304.html
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