Texas Occupations Code - Section 1702.104. Investigations Company
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§ 1702.104. INVESTIGATIONS COMPANY. A person acts as an investigations company for the purposes of this chapter if the person: (1) engages in the business of obtaining or furnishing, or accepts employment to obtain or furnish, information related to: (A) crime or wrongs done or threatened against a state or the United States; (B) the identity, habits, business, occupation, knowledge, efficiency, loyalty, movement, location, affiliations, associations, transactions, acts, reputation, or character of a person; (C) the location, disposition, or recovery of lost or stolen property; or (D) the cause or responsibility for a fire, libel, loss, accident, damage, or injury to a person or to property; (2) engages in the business of securing, or accepts employment to secure, evidence for use before a court, board, officer, or investigating committee; (3) engages in the business of securing, or accepts employment to secure, the electronic tracking of the location of an individual or motor vehicle other than for criminal justice purposes by or on behalf of a governmental entity; or (4) engages in the business of protecting, or accepts employment to protect, an individual from bodily harm through the use of a personal protection officer. Acts 1999, 76th Leg., ch. 388, § 1, eff. Sept. 1, 1999.
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