Texas Occupations Code - OCC § 901.501. Disciplinary Powers of Board
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(1) revoke a certificate, firm license, or practice privilege issued under this chapter;
(2) suspend under any terms a certificate, firm license, practice privilege, or license issued under this chapter for a period not to exceed five years;
(3) refuse to renew a license;
(4) place a license holder on probation;
(5) reprimand a license holder;
(6) limit the scope of a license holder's practice;
(7) require a license holder to complete a peer review program conducted in the manner prescribed by the board;
(8) require a license holder to complete a continuing education program specified by the board;
(9) impose on a license holder the direct administrative costs incurred by the board in taking action under Subdivisions (1) through (8);
(10) require a license holder to pay restitution as provided by Section 901.6015;
(11) impose an administrative penalty under Subchapter L; 1 or
(12) impose any combination of the sanctions provided by this subsection.
(b) If a person's license suspension is probated, the board may require the person to:
(1) report regularly to the board on matters that are the basis of the probation;
(2) limit practice to the areas prescribed by the board; or
(3) continue or renew professional education until the license holder attains a degree of skill satisfactory to the board in those areas that are the basis of the probation.
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