Rule §36.19 Fees


Published: 2015

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(a) The department has prescribed the following non-refundable
fees for purposes of administering the Act:
  (1) Initial Application. A $500 fee is assessed for
each application for a new certificate of registration. Applicants
conducting business at more than one location must apply for a new
certificate of registration and submit a $500 fee for each location.
  (2) Statutory Agent Disclosure. A $10 fee is assessed
each time statutory agent disclosure information is filed, without
an initial application or application for renewal.
  (3) Change in Ownership. A $10 fee is assessed each
time change of ownership information is filed, without an initial
application or application for renewal.
  (4) Renewal Certificate of Registration. A $500 fee
is assessed for each location renewing a certificate of registration
in accordance with §36.9 of this title (relating to Renewal of
Certificate of Registration). A certificate of registration which
has been expired for 90 days or less may be renewed by submitting
a renewal application using the department's online application and
by paying $750. A certificate of registration which has been expired
for more than 90 days but less than one year may be renewed by submitting
a renewal application using the department's online application and
by paying $1,000.
  (5) Add or Change Location. A $500 fee is assessed
each time a metal recycling entity adds or changes a fixed location.
(b) Payment of fees shall be in the manner prescribed
by the department. If payment is dishonored or reversed prior to issuance
of the certificate, the application will be rejected as incomplete.
If the certificate of registration has been issued prior to the payment
being dishonored or reversed, revocation proceedings will be initiated
pursuant to §36.12 of this title (relating to Revocation of Certificate
of Registration). The department may dismiss a pending revocation
proceeding upon receipt of payment of the full amount due, including
any additional processing fees.


Source Note: The provisions of this §36.19 adopted to be effective June 26, 2013, 38 TexReg 3989