Responding to Complaints Against Your License

With very few limited exceptions, every Texas licensing board or commission that chooses to pursue complaints against its licensees is required to notify the license-holder of the complaint—particularly after the board or commission has determined that the complaint alleged is within its competence to investigate and discipline. When you are given such notification, it is…

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Facing Complaints Before the Texas Real Estate Commission

The Texas Real Estate Commission is the regulatory body that oversees licensure and disciplinary actions for Real Estate Professionals—including Real Estate Sales Agents, Brokers, Real Estate Inspectors, Easement and Right-of-Way Agents, Residential Service Companies, Real Estate Education Providers, and so on. When someone—whether a former client or a third party—feels that a Real Estate Professional…

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Accusations of Fraud and Your Dental License

A dentist who has achieved licensure will have gone through a great deal of education and qualification to earn their right to practice their chosen profession. Having earned that license, you should do nothing that can put your livelihood in jeopardy. In the normal course of doing business, a practitioner will be required to interact…

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