Texas Parks and Wildlife Code - PARKS & WILD § 77.0361. License Expirations and Transfers
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(a) All licenses issued under the authority of Chapter 77 of this code are valid only during the yearly period for which they are issued without regard to the date on which the licenses are acquired. Each yearly period begins on September 1 or another date set by the commission and extends through August 31 of the next year or another date set by the commission. The commission by rule may set the amount of a license fee for a license issued during a transition period at an amount lower than prescribed in this chapter and provide for a license term for a transition period that is shorter or longer than a year.
(b) All licenses issued under the authority of this chapter may not be transferred to another person or vessel except as provided by Subsection (c) or by Section 77.113. A license issued under the authority of Section 77.043 in the name of a business remains valid for the business location specified on the license if a change of ownership or business name occurs. A license issued under the authority of Section 77.035 may be transferred to another vessel or to the new owner of the same vessel.
(c) The commission, by regulation, may prescribe requirements necessary for license transfers and may prescribe, by regulation, forms to be used and fees to be charged for transfers of licenses in this chapter, for duplicate license plates, or for duplicate or replacement licenses.
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