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Texas Tax Code - TAX § 171.253. Suit on Cause of Action Arising Before Forfeiture

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In a suit against a corporation on a cause of action arising before the forfeiture of the corporate privileges of the corporation, affirmative relief may not be granted to the corporation unless its corporate privileges are revived under this chapter.

(1) The commissioner shall accept registration of health care benefit managers as established in RCW 48.200.030 and receipts shall be deposited in the insurance commissioner's regulatory account.

(2) The commissioner shall have enforcement authority over chapter 48.200 RCW consistent with requirements established in RCW 48.200.290.

(3) The commissioner may adopt rules to implement chapter 48.200 RCW and to establish registration and renewal fees that ensure the registration, renewal, and oversight activities are self-supporting.

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