Texas Government Code - GOV'T § 609.203. Discretionary Transfer
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(a) A hospital district may transfer an employee's deferred amounts and investment income from a qualified investment product to the trust fund of the deferred compensation plan in which the employee participates if the district determines that the transfer is in the best interest of the plan and the employee.
(b) The hospital district is not required to give notice of a transfer under Subsection (a) to the employee before the transfer occurs.
(c) Promptly after a transfer under Subsection (a) occurs, the hospital district shall give to the employee a notice that:
(1) states the reason for the transfer; and
(2) requests that the employee promptly designate another qualified investment product to receive the transferred amount.
(a)(1) Whenever the commissioner takes any enforcement or disciplinary action pursuant to Section 17423, upon the action becoming final the commissioner shall notify the Real Estate Commissioner and the Insurance Commissioner of the action or actions taken. The purpose of this notification is to alert the departments that enforcement or disciplinary action has been taken, if the person seeks or obtains employment with entities regulated by the departments.
(2) The commissioner shall provide the Real Estate Commissioner and the Insurance Commissioner, in addition to the notification of the action taken, with a copy of the written accusation, statement of issues, or order issued or filed in the matter and, at the request of the Real Estate Commissioner or Insurance Commissioner, with any underlying factual material relevant to the enforcement or disciplinary action. Any confidential information provided by the commissioner to the Insurance Commissioner or the Real Estate Commissioner shall not be made public pursuant to this section. Notwithstanding any other provision of law, the disclosure of any underlying factual material to the Insurance Commissioner or the Real Estate Commissioner shall not operate as a waiver of confidentiality or any privilege that the commissioner may assert.
(b) The commissioner shall establish and maintain, on the internet website maintained by the Department of Financial Protection and Innovation, a separate and readily identifiable database of all persons who have been subject to any enforcement or disciplinary action that triggers the notification requirements of this section. The database shall also contain a direct link to the databases, described in Section 10176.1 of the Business and Professions Code and Section 12414.31 of the Insurance Code and required to be maintained on the Web sites of the Bureau of Real Estate and the Department of Insurance, respectively, of persons who have been subject to enforcement or disciplinary action for malfeasance or misconduct related to the escrow industry by the Insurance Commissioner and the Real Estate Commissioner.
(c) There shall be no liability on the part of, and no cause of action of any nature shall arise against, the State of California, the Department of Financial Protection and Innovation, the Commissioner of Financial Protection and Innovation, any other state agency, or any officer, agent, employee, consultant, or contractor of the state, for the release of any false or unauthorized information pursuant to this section, unless the release of that information was done with knowledge and malice, or for the failure to release any information pursuant to this section.
Cite this article: FindLaw.com - Texas Government Code - GOV'T § 609.203. Discretionary Transfer - last updated April 14, 2021 | https://codes.findlaw.com/tx/government-code/gov-t-sect-609-203/
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