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Texas Occupations Code - OCC § 1303.352. Grounds for Disciplinary Action

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(a) The commission may discipline a residential service company under Section 1303.351 if the continued operation of the company would be hazardous to its contract holders or if the company:

(1) operates in conflict with its basic organizational document or in a manner that is contrary to that described in and reasonably inferred from information submitted under Section 1303.103, unless an amendment to the information has been filed with and approved by the commission;

(2) issues a residential service contract that does not comply with Sections 1303.251 and 1303.252;

(3) uses a schedule of charges that does not comply with Section 1303.253;

(4) is not financially responsible and may be reasonably expected to be unable to meet the company's obligations to contract holders;

(5) did not comply with Subchapter D;  1

(6) advertised or marketed the company's services in a false, misrepresentative, misleading, deceptive, or unfair manner;  or

(7) otherwise did not substantially comply with this chapter or a rule adopted under this chapter.

(b) Subsection (a)(6) applies to any advertising or marketing conducted on behalf of a residential service company by another person.

1  V.T.C.A., Occupations Code § 1303.151 et seq.

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