(1) buy, sell, or fraudulently obtain a license or aid another person to do so;
(2) alter a license with the intent to defraud;
(3) wilfully make a false statement in an application to the department for a license,
a temporary training permit, or the renewal of a license;
(4) falsely impersonate a license holder; or
(5) engage in the fitting and dispensing of hearing instruments when the person's
license is suspended or revoked.
(b) A license or permit holder may not:
(1) solicit a potential customer by telephone unless the license or permit holder
clearly discloses the holder's name and business address and the purpose of the communication;
(2) use or purchase for use a list of names of potential customers compiled by telephone
by a person other than the license or permit holder, the license or permit holder's
authorized agent, or another license or permit holder; or
(3) perform any act that requires a license from the Texas Optometry Board or the
Texas Medical Board.
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