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In this subchapter:
(1) “Carrier” means a person licensed for transportation of LP-gas by transport, including the loading and unloading of LP-gas, and the installation and repair of transport systems.
(2) “Portable cylinder exchange service” means an operation conducted under a commission license for the sale of LP-gas in portable cylinders that are not filled on site and that have an LP-gas capacity not greater than 21 pounds.
(3) “Retail and wholesale dealer” means a person licensed for any LP-gas activity except:
(A) the assembly, repair, subframing, or testing of LP-gas containers; or
(B) the sale or installation of motor fuel systems or mobile fuel systems that have an engine with a rating of more than 25 horsepower.
(4) “Testing laboratory” means a person licensed for testing containers, motor fuel systems or mobile fuel systems, transfer systems, or transport systems for the purpose of determining the safety of the containers or systems for LP-gas service, including the necessary installation, disconnection, reconnection, testing, or repair of motor fuel systems or mobile fuel systems, transfer systems, or transport systems involved in the testing of containers.
(5) “Transport outfitter” means a person licensed to:
(A) subframe, test, or sell LP-gas transport containers;
(B) test LP-gas storage containers;
(C) install, test, or sell motor fuel containers and systems or mobile fuel containers and systems;
(D) install transport systems; or
(E) repair transport systems, motor fuel systems, or mobile fuel systems.
Cite this article: FindLaw.com - Texas Natural Resources Code - NAT RES § 113.080. Definitions - last updated April 14, 2021 | https://codes.findlaw.com/tx/natural-resources-code/nat-res-sect-113-080/
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