A person is subject to disciplinary action under Section 1053.251 for:
(1) violating this subtitle or a board rule adopted under this subtitle that applies to interior designers;
(2) being convicted of a felony or of a misdemeanor involving moral turpitude;
(3) using fraud or deceit in obtaining or attempting to obtain a certificate of registration;
(4) committing an act of recklessness, gross incompetency, or misconduct in the practice of interior design;
(5) practicing in a manner detrimental to the public health, safety, or welfare;
(6) advertising in a manner that tends to deceive or defraud the public;
(7) aiding or abetting any person not registered under this subtitle in violating this subtitle;
(8) failing to provide or to timely provide to the Texas Department of Licensing and Regulation any document designated by Chapter 469, Government Code, as a document the person is required to provide to the department;
(9) giving false or forged evidence to the board or a member of the board in obtaining or assisting another person to obtain a certificate of registration;
(10) using or attempting to use as the person's own the certificate of registration of another person; or
(11) acting dishonestly in the practice of interior design.
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