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Rule §58.1 Purpose

Published: 2015

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(a) This chapter implements §371.051 of the Texas Transportation Code, which provides that a toll project entity may not enter into a comprehensive development agreement for toll projects unless the attorney general reviews the proposed agreement and determines that it is legally sufficient. (b) The purpose of this chapter is to:   (1) Describe the legal sufficiency review conducted by the Office of the Attorney General;   (2) Establish minimum requirements for the submission of a transcript of proceedings relating to a proposed comprehensive development agreement;   (3) Set forth the general procedures for the completion of a legal sufficiency review by the Office of the Attorney General; and   (4) Establish and provide for the assessment and collection of examination fees required for legal sufficiency reviews of comprehensive development agreements. (c) This chapter applies to all comprehensive development agreements submitted on or after June 17, 2011 for toll projects described by Texas Transportation Code §201.001(b), regardless of whether the toll project is part of the state highway system or otherwise subject to the jurisdiction of the Texas Transportation Commission and/or Texas Department of Transportation.

Source Note: The provisions of this §58.1 adopted to be effective October 25, 2011, 36 TexReg 7155