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Texas Finance Code - FIN § 352.003. Registration of Facilitators

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(a) To register as a facilitator, a person must provide to the commissioner:

(1) a list of each location in this state at which e-file providers authorized by the Internal Revenue Service file tax returns on behalf of borrowers for whom the facilitator acts to allow the making of a refund anticipation loan;  and

(2) a processing fee for each location included on the list furnished under Subdivision (1).

(a-1) A registration issued under this section is valid for the period prescribed by finance commission rule adopted under Section 14.112.

(b) The commissioner shall prescribe the processing fee in an amount necessary to cover the costs of administering this section.

(c) The finance commission by rule shall establish a deadline for the submission of the information and fee required by Subsection (a) for initial issuance and renewal of registrations under this section.

(c-1) After the applicable deadline for initial or renewal registrations, a facilitator may amend the registration required under Subsection (a) to reflect any change in the information provided by the registration.

(d) The commissioner shall make available to the public a list of facilitators registered under this section.

(e) The commissioner may prescribe the registration form.

(f) The commissioner may refuse to renew the registration of a person who fails to comply with an order issued by the commissioner to enforce this chapter.

Cite this article: - Texas Finance Code - FIN § 352.003. Registration of Facilitators - last updated April 14, 2021 |

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