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KP-0028
Ken Paxton

Type C general-law municipality's authority to levy ad valorem taxes|The Tarrant County Hospital District is authorized by subsection 285.091(a) of the Health and Safety Code to structure the managerial and oversight authority of a physician group as it deems necessary to carry out the functions of or provide services to the District.

KP-0029
Ken Paxton

The Tarrant County Hospital District is authorized by subsection 285.091(a) of the Health and Safety Code to structure the managerial and oversight authority of a physician group as it deems necessary to carry out the functions of or provide services to the District.|Whether a physician group formed pursuant to subsection 281.0565(b) of the Health and Safety Code is a "governmental body" subject to the Public Information Act requires the resolution of certain fact issues and is thus beyond the purview of an attorney general opinion.|To the extent a physician group formed pursuant to subsection 281.0565(b) of the Health and Safety Code is not delegated any governmental authority, it is likely not a "governmental body" for purposes of the Open Meetings Act and thus is not subject to its provisions.|To the extent a physician group formed pursuant to subsection 281.0565(b) of the Health and Safety Code is not delegated any governmental authority, it is likely not a "governmental body" for purposes of the Open Meetings Act and thus is not subject to its provisions|The Tarrant County Hospital District is authorized to create and fund a physician group under subsection 281.0565(b) of the Health and Safety Code if it reasonably determines in good faith that the expenditure will serve a public purpose and it put sufficient controls in place to ensure that the public purpose is carried out and that the District receives a return benefit.|The Tarrant County Hospital District is authorized by subsection 285.091(a) of the Health and Safety Code to structure the managerial and oversight authority of a physician group as it deems necessary to carry out the functions of or provide services to the District

KP-0035
Ken Paxton

Abolished municipality, disposition of remaining assets of an abolished municipality to a nonprofit corporation|Disposition of remaining assets of an abolished municipality to a nonprofit corporation

GA-0111
Greg Abbott

Kempner Water Supply Corporation not subject to Local Government Records Act

GA-0185
Greg Abbott

Article 6288 of the Revised Civil Statutes governs the residency requirements for directors of the Texas Mexican Railway Company

GA-0206
Greg Abbott

Bryan Business Council is not subject to Open Meetings Act

GA-0280
Greg Abbott

Nonprofit corporation status, Border Health Institute need not obtain as it has statutory authority to solicit funding from public and private sources|State procurement and contracting rules, Border Health Institute need not comply with|Border Health Institute must comply with the Act|Border Health Institute is subject to the Act|Border Health Institute receives funds appropriated by legislature, but is not considered a state agency within executive branch of state government or a local political subdivision|Sovereign immunity, Border Health Institute may or may not be entitled to

GA-0341
Greg Abbott

Charitable raffle, use of savings bonds and prepaid credit cards as prizes in a|Raffle, use of savings bonds and prepaid credit cards as prizes in a charitable

GA-0429
Greg Abbott

Implied contract, whether parties have by their acts and conduct formed an implied contract is a question of fact that cannot be determined in an opinion|Municipally owned natural gas company must allow a political subdivision that is a customer to pay in accordance with the deadlines set in Government Code section 2251.021 and penalties set in Government Code section 2251.025|Payment by a governmental entity to a municipally owned utility company must be made in accordance with the deadlines and penalties set in Government Code sections 2251.021 and 2251.025

GA-0597
Greg Abbott

Water supply corporation established under Water Code chapter 67, in accordance with Local Government Code section 171.009 a director may not serve simultaneously on a city council unless the director receives no compensation or other reimbursement from the water supply corporation|Water supply corporation established under Water Code chapter 67, the directors of do not hold public office and are not, therefore, precluded by article XVI, section 40 of the Texas Constitution from simultaneously holding a public office

GA-0726
Greg Abbott

Number of potential suppliers available to sell products to a school district, whether reverse auction company’s procedures impermissibly limit the number is a fact question not appropriately answered by the opinion process

GA-0908
Greg Abbott

Meetings by telephone conference call, members of the board of trustees of the Clear Lake City Community Association, as a \\"property owners’ association\\" as defined in the Open Meetings Act, may not hold such meetings except in the limited circumstances described in section 551.125 of the Government Code|Property owners’ association in county with more than 2.8 million inhabitants is subject to Act, and may therefore not hold meeting by telephone conference call, except in the limited circumstances described in section 551.125 of the Government Code

GA-0990
Greg Abbott

Economic development corporation may obtain benefits for its employees through a risk pool. To the extent permitted by Local Government Code section 501.067, an

GA-1058
Greg Abbott

Local Government Code chapter 377 - whether a particular project qualifies as a development project under chapter 377 is a question of fact inappropriate for attorney general opinion|Local Government Code, chapter 377 - Court likely to conclude that municipal development district may contract with private nonprofit corporation to operate civic center under chapter 377|Texas Constitution article III, section 52 - a grant of public funds by municipal development district deciding to contract with private entity to perform functions related to civic center under Local Government Code chapter 377 must satisfy requirements of article III, section 52|Local Government Code chapter 377 - whether a particular project qualifies as a development project under chapter 377 is a question of fact inappropriate for an attorney general opinion

GA-1071
Greg Abbott

Charitable organization created under Health and Safety Code section 281.0565 as a \\"political corporation or subdivision\\" under Texas Constitution article III, section 52(a)|Any joint venture contemplated by a charitable organization created under Health and Safety Code section 281.0565 must strictly comply with Texas statutes

DM-0029
Dan Morales

Dallas County Hospital District may not become dues-paying member of nonprofit association | Nonprofit association, Dallas County Hospital District may not become dues-paying member of

DM-0205
Dan Morales

Home health agency license application, requirements for business entities|Home health agency license application, additional requirements for business entities apply to for-profit as well as nonprofit corporations

DM-0331
Dan Morales

Community development block grant funds, expenditure of subject to state competitive bidding laws|Community development block grant funds, municipality must expend in accordance with state competitive bidding laws|Competitive bidding laws apply to contract with nonprofit corporation for expenditure of municipality's community development block grant funds|Competitive bidding laws apply to expenditure of community development block grant funds

DM-0419
Dan Morales

Student loans, federal statute permitting Texas Guaranteed Student Loan Corporation to garnish wages of defaulters on federally-guaranteed loans overrides anti-garnishment provision of state constitution|Warrant for compensation is valuable property, statutory scheme for withholding should afford employee notice and hearing|Garnishment by comptroller of state employee wages to collect guaranteed student loans, permissibility under article XVI, section 28|Anti-garnishment provision of state constitution, federal statute permitting garnishment of wages of defaulters on federally-guaranteed loans overrides|Texas Guaranteed Student Loan Corporation, authority to garnish state and county employee wages|Garnishment of wages to collect guaranteed student loans|Salary warrants, authority to withhold from state employees who default on guaranteed student loans

DM-0479
Dan Morales

Cooperative corporation must incorporate under Cooperative Association Act and not under Texas Non-Profit Act

DM-0498
Dan Morales

Criminal penalty for practice of veterinary medicine without a license not applicable to corporation|Veterinary medicine, private, for-profit corporation not owned exclusively by veterinarians may not practice|Practice of veterinary medicine without a license, criminal penalty not applicable to corporation|Licensees may be disciplined for permitting or allowing another to use their license or certificate to practice veterinary medicine|Practice of veterinary medicine without a license, penalties and remedies in licensing statute not applicable to corporation|Permitting or allowing another to use one's license or certificate to practice veterinary medicine, licensed veterinarian may be disciplined for

JC-0015
John Cornyn

Conversion, for-profit domestic corporation may convert to a nonprofit corporation|Conversion, for-profit domestic corporation may convert to a nonprofit corporation incorporated under articles 1396-1.01 through 1396 -11.01, Revised Civil Statutes, or to a water-supply corporation|Water-supply corporation, for-profit domestic corporation may convert to

JC-0126
John Cornyn

Conversion of a corporation to another type of business entity under the Texas Business Corporation Act encompasses conversion of a state license held by the converting corporation, subject in some cases to the particular requirements or restrictions of t

JC-0234
John Cornyn

Excavate underground storage facility, excavator must notify notification center only once of plan to|Excavate cable, excavator must notify notification center only once of plan to excavate|Pipeline, excavator must notify notification center of plan to excavate only once|Underground Storage Facility Notification Center, excavator must notify of planned excavation only once even if date for commencing excavation is delayed beyond fourteen days of original notice

JC-0290
John Cornyn

Appraisal rolls, taxing unit may not enter into contingent fee contract with private corporation to locate property omitted from|Legal purpose, for-profit corporation may be organized for any|Property omitted from appraisal rolls, taxing unit may not enter into contingent fee contract with private corporation to locate|Tax ferret contract

JC-0298
John Cornyn

Local workforce development corporation board, private-sector representative is not ineligible to service on solely because person is employed outside local area|Burdens, conditions, or restrictions that exceed those in relevant statutes, agency rule may not impose|Local workforce development board's private-sector representative, Commission rule may not be construed to impose additional eligibility requirements on|Should

JC-0304
John Cornyn

Health organizations, whether foreign nonprofit corporations may be certified as|Board of Medical Examiners, validity of Board's construction that only domestic nonprofit corporations may be certified as nonprofit health organizations|Nonprofit health organizations, whether foreign nonprofit corporations may be certified as

JC-0335
John Cornyn

Local government corporations, whether subject to the Act|Local government corporations, whether subject to Open Meetings Act|Local government corporations, city's or county's transfer of funds to must be consistent with constitutional provisions on expenditure of public funds for public purposes|Local government corporations, whether subject to open government statutes and certain other statutes on contracting and purchasing

JC-0338
John Cornyn

Conflict of interest standard in Non-Profit Corporation Act applies to directors of development corporation established under article 5190.6, Revised Civil Statutes|Directors of development corporation established under article 5190.6, Revised Civil Statutes, are subject to conflict of interest standard in Non-Profit Corporation Act|Development corporation established under article 5190.6, Revised Civil Statutes, directors are subject to conflict of interest standard in Non-Profit Corporation Act

JC-0349
John Cornyn

Term of office of director of economic development corporation established under article 5190.6, section 4A of the Revised Civil Statutes|Director of economic development corporation established under article 5190.6, section 4A of the Revised Civil Statutes may be reappointed to subsequent term|Subsequent term, director of economic development corporation established under article 5190.6, section 4A of the Revised Civil Statutes may be reappointed to

JC-0378
John Cornyn

Open-enrollment charter school, members of board of nonprofit corporation that operates and of board that governs school are not subject to statute prohibiting nepotism|Open-enrollment charter school, directors of nonprofit corporation that operate, and of school governing board are not subject to statute prohibiting nepotism|Local governmental entity|Open-enrollment charter school, members of board of nonprofit corporation that operates are not subject to statute that regulates local public officers' conflicts of interest or statute that prohibits nepotism|Open-enrollment charter school operated by nonprofit corporation, members of board that operates open-enrollment charter school and members of school governing board are not subject to statute regulating local public officers' conflicts of interest

JC-0439
John Cornyn

Nonprofit organization, county may not transfer public funds to in accordance with contract unless commissioners court determines that transfer will accomplish a public purpose that county has authority to accomplish and that adequate controls are in plac|County funds, county may not transfer to nonprofit organization in accordance with contract unless commissioners court determines that transfer will accomplish a public purpose that county has authority to accomplish and that adequate controls are in plac

JC-0492
John Cornyn

Political subdivision corporation established to aggregate political subdivisions' purchase of electricity, school district may not participate if contract valued at $25,000 or more in the aggregate for a twelve-month period|School district may not participate in political subdivision corporation established to aggregate political subdivisions' purchase of electricity if contract valued at $25,000 or more in the aggregate for a twelve-month period|Electricity, school district may not participate in political subdivision corporation established to aggregate political subdivisions' purchase of electricity if contract valued at $25,000 or more in the aggregate for a twelve-month period|Political subdivision corporation established to aggregate political subdivisions' purchase of electricity, school district may not participate for contract valued at $25,000 or more in the aggregate for a twelve-month period

JC-0525
John Cornyn

Employee classified as an "engineer" in a private corporation but not licensed under Texas Engineering Practice Act, such person may not use the title "engineer" or other similar term designating that such person is an "engineer" on business cards, cover |Employee classified as an "engineer" in private corporation but not licensed under Texas Engineering Practice Act, such person may not use the title of "engineer" or other similar term designating that such person is an "engineer" on business cards, cover|Use of the title of "engineer," Board is authorized to regulate and restrict|Engineer|In-house|Title

JC-0553
John Cornyn

Economic development corporation created under article 5190.6, section 4A of the Revised Civil Statutes and dissolving following voter initiative, creating municipality must approve plan of dissolution|Dissolution plan of economic development corporation created under article 5190.6, section 4A of the Revised Civil Statutes and dissolving following vote of electorate must be approved by creating unit

JC-0570
John Cornyn

Rural Foundation not authorized to fund programs other than rural health programs