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GA-0052
Greg Abbott

Motor vehicle accident reports, actual cost of copies|Actual costs|Fees for copies of motor vehicle accident reports,

GA-0164
Greg Abbott

Court reporter serving under Family Code chapter 201, subchapter C, is an "official court reporter" for purposes of section 52.047 of the Government Code and may charge fee for preparing transcript|Court reporter transcript fees are not salary supplements and do not violate section 659.020 of the Government Code which prohibits salary supplements to state employees|Court reporter serving under Family Code chapter 201, subchapter C, is "official court reporter" for purposes of section 52.047, Government Code and may charge fee for preparing transcript|Court reporter transcript fees are not salary supplements and do not violate section 659.020, Government Code prohibiting salary supplements to state employees|Transcript preparation is responsibility of "official court reporter" and is to take place during normal business hours|Fee|Salary Supplement|Official Court Reporter|Transcript Preparation

GA-0191
Greg Abbott

Animal Health Commission is not authorized to charge a fee for reviewing and processing health certificates after their completion by a private practitioner|Fee, Animal Health Commission is not authorized to charge for reviewing and processing health certificates after their completion by a private practitioner

GA-0364
Greg Abbott

Fee for delivering a notice to vacate premises, whether a constable may retain in addition to his or her salary|Constable fee for delivering a notice to vacate premises, whether a constable may retain in addition to his or her salary under article XVI, section 61 of the Texas Constitution|Fee for delivering a notice to vacate premises, whether a constable may retain in addition to his or her salary under article XVI, section 61 of the Texas Constitution

GA-0482
Greg Abbott

Impact fees, municipal water rights fees as

GA-0577
Greg Abbott

Impact fees, assessment and collection of impact fees adopted after June 20, 1987\r\n|Adopt|Collect

GA-0637
Greg Abbott

School district is not required to pay impact fee imposed by political subdivision unless board consents to such payment by entering into contract with political subdivision|Impact fee imposed by political subdivision, school district is not required to pay unless board consents to such payment by entering into contract with political subdivision

GA-0735
Greg Abbott

Fee, county bail bond board may not impose on bonding companies to pay for the cost of hiring a bail bond administrator|Bail bond board, county, may not impose fee on bonding companies to pay for the cost of hiring a bail bond administrator

GA-0788
Greg Abbott

Impact fees, municipality’s authority to grant a credit for a water line project on sewer impact fees|Impact fees, authority to grant a credit for a water line project on sewer impact fees|Impact fees, municipality’s authority to grant a credit for a water line project on sewer impact fees \r\n

GA-0821
Greg Abbott

Impact fees, Local Government Code section 395 does not give a political subdivision or governmental entity, other than school districts, discretion to not pay required fees

GA-0842
Greg Abbott

Impose fee for applicant to take fire department civil service promotional examination, commission may not impose such a fee because civil service commission lacks express statutory authority to

GA-0984
Greg Abbott

Junior college districts, under Education Code chapter 130, junior college districts are \\"school districts\\" within the meaning of Texas Constitution article VII, section 3|Meaning of the term \\"school district\\" within context of Local Government Code subsection 395.022(b) concerning impact fees|School district|Junior college district|Under Education Code chapter 130, junior college districts are \\"school districts\\" within meaning of Texas Constitution article VII, section 3

GA-1006
Greg Abbott

Transportation Code section 502.010 authorizes certain counties to impose an additional fee of twenty dollars to a person who fails to pay a fine, fee or tax to the county or to a defendant who fails to appear in connection with a pending criminal proceeding. The commissioners court may decide whether a county imposes the additional fee and which specific county official or department assesses and collects that fee.

GA-1080
Greg Abbott

Municipal drainage utility charge, school districts subject to

DM-0052
Dan Morales

Solid waste disposal fees, calculation of

DM-0092
Dan Morales

Licensing fee imposed by Board of Registration for Professional Engineers, Board may consider $200 fee increase set by legislature as part of fee subject to reduction for purposes of setting reduced fees for licensees at least 65 years of age

DM-0100
Dan Morales

Evaluation fees|Examination fees|Rehabilitation fees assessed insurance companies by State Board of Insurance are not within the premium tax credit allowed for "examination and evaluation fees"

DM-0101
Dan Morales

Planning and implementation fees collected from persons licensed to possess or use radioactive material or own or operate a nuclear power plant are not receipts from waste received at disposal site|Exceeds statutory authority, agency that adds burdens, conditions, or restrictions to those imposed by statute|Impact assistance allocation, Authority may not designate portion of planning and implementation fees collected from person licensed to possess or use radioactive material or to own or operate a nuclear power plant for

DM-0217
Dan Morales

Warrant, Agency may withhold to an entity that has failed to pay past-due service and handling charges|Debt|Service and handling fees, entities who have not paid to acquire surplus property are indebted to State

DM-0219
Dan Morales

Continuing education courses conducted by outside sources, Board may not impose fee for|Continuing education courses conducted by outside sources, Board of Licensure for Nursing Home Administrators may not impose fee for

DM-0298
Dan Morales

Protective order in family violence cases, complete affidavit of indigency required when applicant unable to pay filing fee and fee limited to $36 irrespective of number of respondents or number of times service attempted|Protective order in family violence cases, fee limited to $36 irrespective of number of respondents or number of times service attempted

DM-0315
Dan Morales

Fingerprinting services, authority of local law-enforcement officials to charge for performing

DM-0345
Dan Morales

Parking fee, state university may charge to students, faculty, and staff, even if disabled

DM-0359
Dan Morales

Cold War|Student fees imposed by University of Texas at Austin, exemption for persons honorably discharged from armed forces during "cold war"

DM-0371
Dan Morales

Security fee, whether county clerk may collect at time of filing birth, death, or fetal death record|County clerk as registrar, whether entitled to collect security fee when filing birth, death, or fetal death records

DM-0397
Dan Morales

Judge performing marriage for fee, whether public resources may be used in connection with|Judge's performance of a marriage is an official function|Marriage ceremony, justice may receive fee for performing|Judges, fee for performing a marriage ceremony|Honorarium

DM-0421
Dan Morales

College or university governing board may not waive collection of fees unless expressly authorized by statute|College or university medical-service fee, governing board may not waive payment of from active-duty personnel unless expressly permitted by statute|Fees, governing board may not waive collection of from employees or their dependents unless expressly permitted by statute|Discretionary fee must be compulsory where statute does not specify whether compulsory or voluntary|Voluntary fee, governing board may not charge of a student who will not use the service|Waiver of fee for employees and dependents, governing board may not grant unless expressly permitted by statute|Compulsory fee|Voluntary fee

DM-0494
Dan Morales

Regional 9-1-1 service plan, whether emergency communication district may unilaterally withdraw from|Wireless 9-1-1 service fee, distribution to emergency communication district that withdraws from a regional 9-1-1 plan

JC-0081
John Cornyn

Beach user fees charged by local governments, application of sales tax|Sales tax, application to beach user fees charged by local governments|Beach user fees, application of sales tax

JC-0207
John Cornyn

Tuition or fee, school district may not charge unless it is specifically authorized to do so by statute or constitution|Tuition, school district not authorized to charge for student attending a prekindergarten program or for kindergarten student under the age of five or over the age of twenty-one|Fee by implication, statute must be strictly construed against fixing

JC-0367
John Cornyn

Plat revision, county must have express authority to charge fees or costs to applicants for a|Plat, fees or costs charged by a county for applications to revise plat require express authority|Applicant for plat revision, county must have express authority to charge fees or costs to applicant

JC-0469
John Cornyn

Health Care Information Council's public-use and provider-quality data, release of is not subject to fee provisions in chapter 552 of the Government Code|Data, Health Care Information Council's release of is not subject to fee provisions in chapter 552 of the Government Code if it is public-use or provider-quality data|Public-use and provider-quality data, release of is not subject to fee provisions in chapter 552 of the Government Code|Fee for release of information under chapter 552 of the Government Code does not apply to Health Care Information Council's public-use or provider-quality data

JC-0583
John Cornyn

Cadavers may not be transferred to other states for use in medical education and research unless other state has promised Anatomical Board to reciprocate|Cadavers willed or otherwise donated to named institutions under chapter 691 of the Health and Safety Code are subject to distribution by Anatomical Board, while those donated under Anatomical Gift Act are not|Fees charged by institutions transferring cadavers to third parties, Anatomical Board is not authorized to regulate|Cadavers, Anatomical Board may not regulate fees charged by institutions transferring cadavers to third parties|Cadavers may not be transferred to other states for use in medical education and research unless other state has promised Board to reciprocate|Cadavers willed or otherwise donated to named institutions under chapter 691 of the Health and Safety Code are subject to distribution by Board, while those donated under Anatomical Gift Act are not|Cadavers, fees charged by institutions transferring cadavers to third party not subject to regulation by Board

JM-1256
Jim Mattox

Motor fuel, under article 8614, section 9(b), Revised Civil Statutes, comptroller may collect fee from distributor of; under section 9(c) comptroller may collect fee only from dealer of motor fuel containing ethanol or methanol|Regulate|Motor fuel, distributor of must pay fee under article 8614, section 9(b), Revised Civil Statutes, but only distributor of motor fuel containing ethanol or methanol must pay under section 9(c)

JM-1280
Jim Mattox

Gross receipts assessment imposed by Public Utility Regulatory Act, all public utilities subject to jurisdiction of the Act are subject to|Gross receipts assessment imposed by Public Utility Regulatory Act reaches all public utilities subject to jurisdiction of the Commission|Ultimate consumers, interexchange carriers are not "ultimate consumers" under the Public Utility Regulatory Act if local access charges are passed through to their subscribers|Ultimate consumer