Sec. 4102.202. APPLICATION FOR LICENSE AFTER SUSPENSION, DENIAL OF APPLICATION, OR REVOCATION OF LICENSE. (a) A person whose license is suspended under this chapter may apply for a new license only after the expiration of the period of suspension.
(b) A person whose license is revoked or whose application for a license is denied, except for a failure to submit a completed application, may not apply for a new license until the fifth anniversary of:
(1) the effective date of the denial or revocation; or
(2) if the applicant or license holder seeks judicial review of the department's action, the date of the final court order or decree affirming that action.
(c) The commissioner may deny a timely application filed under Subsection (b) if the applicant does not show good cause why the denial of the previous license application or the revocation of the license should not be considered a bar to the issuance of the new license.
(d) Subsection (c) does not apply to an applicant whose license application was denied for failure by the applicant to:
(1) pass the required written examination; or
(2) submit a properly completed license application.
Added by Acts 2005, 79th Leg., Ch. 728 (H.B. 2018), Sec. 11.082(a), eff. September 1, 2005.Section: Previous 4102.157 4102.158 4102.159 4102.160 4102.161 4102.162 4102.163 4102.164 4102.201 4102.202 4102.203 4102.204 4102.205 4102.206 4102.207 Next
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