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(a) On receipt of an approved application as provided by Section 1303.104, the commission shall determine whether the applicant has demonstrated the potential ability to ensure that the services will be provided in a timely and responsible manner. The commission shall issue a license to an applicant if the commission determines that:
(1) the applicant has demonstrated the potential ability to ensure that the services will be provided in a timely and responsible manner;
(2) the person responsible for the conduct of the applicant's affairs is competent and trustworthy and possesses a good reputation;
(3) the applicant may reasonably be expected to meet its obligations under its residential service contract; and
(4) the applicant has complied with or will comply with this chapter.
(b) In making the determination under Subsection (a)(3), the commission shall consider:
(1) the applicant's financial soundness;
(2) any agreement between the applicant and another party to provide the services required in the residential service contract; and
(3) any other matter the commission considers relevant.
(c) Not later than the 75th day after the date the commission receives an approved application, the commission shall, in writing, issue or deny a license to the applicant.
(d) If the commission denies a license, the commission shall notify the applicant in writing of the denial not later than the fifth day after the date of denial.
Cite this article: FindLaw.com - Texas Occupations Code - OCC § 1303.105. Issuance or Denial of License - last updated April 14, 2021 | https://codes.findlaw.com/tx/occupations-code/occ-sect-1303-105/
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