(a) On receipt of a final court or attorney general's order suspending a license due to failure to pay child support, the executive director shall immediately determine if the Board has issued a license to the obligor named on the order, and, if a license has been issued: (1) enter an order of suspension of the license; (2) report the suspension as appropriate; and (3) demand surrender of the suspended license. (b) The Board shall implement the terms of a final court or attorney general's order suspending a license without additional review or hearing. The Board will provide notice as appropriate to the licensee or to others concerned with the license. (c) The Board may not modify, remand, reverse, vacate, or stay a court or attorney general's order suspending a license issued under the Texas Family Code, Chapter 232, and may not review, vacate, or reconsider the terms of an order. (d) A licensee who is the subject of a final court or attorney general's order suspending his or her license is not entitled to a refund for any fee paid to the Board. (e) If a suspension overlaps a license renewal period, an individual with a license suspended under this section shall comply with the normal renewal procedures in the Act and this chapter; however, the license will not be renewed until subsections (g) and (h) of this section are met. (f) An individual who continues to engage in the practice of psychology or continues to use the titles "Licensed Psychologist," "Provisionally Licensed Psychologist," "Licensed Psychological Associate," "Licensed Specialist in School Psychology" or the initials "L.P.," "P.L.P.," "L.P.A.," or "L.S.S.P." after the issuance of a court or attorney general's order suspending the license is liable for the same civil and criminal penalties provided for engaging in the prohibited activity without a license or while a license is suspended as any other license holder of the Board. (g) On receipt of a court or attorney general's order vacating or staying an order suspending a license, the executive director shall promptly issue the affected license to the individual if the individual is otherwise qualified for the license. (h) The individual must pay a reinstatement fee in an amount equal to the annual renewal fee set out in Board rule §473.3 of this title (relating to Annual Renewal Fees) prior to issuance of the license under subsection (g) of this section. (i) In compliance with Chapter 232, Family Code, upon notice from a child support agency that a licensee has failed to pay child support for six months or more, and requests that the Board refuse to renew the license, the Board will not accept an application for renewal until it is notified by the child support agency that the licensee has met requirements set by law. The Board may charge the licensee a fee for such a denial of renewal.
Source Note: The provisions of this §469.12 adopted to be effective December 2, 1999, 24 TexReg 10552; amended to be effective March 3, 2008, 33 TexReg 1812; amended to be effective October 1, 2008, 33 TexReg 8170