By Hinojosa H.R. No. 1339 Line and page numbers may not match official copy. Bill not drafted by TLC or Senate E&E. R E S O L U T I O N 1-1 BE IT RESOLVED by the House of Representatives of the State 1-2 of Texas, 76th Legislature, Regular Session, 1999, That House Rule 1-3 13, Section 9(a), be suspended in part as provided by House Rule 1-4 13, Section 9(f), to enable the conference committee appointed to 1-5 resolve the differences on House Bill 3457, relating to the renewal 1-6 of certain bail bondsman licenses, to consider and take action on 1-7 the following matter: 1-8 House Rule 13, Section 9(a)(1), is suspended to permit the 1-9 committee to change text in proposed Section 8(d), Chapter 550, 1-10 Acts of 63rd Legislature, Regular Session, 1973 (Article 2372p-3, 1-11 Vernon's Texas Civil Statutes), as added by the bill, to read as 1-12 follows: 1-13 (d) A person who applies for renewal of a license that has 1-14 been held by the person for at least eight consecutive years 1-15 without having been suspended or revoked under this Act and who 1-16 complies with the requirements of this Act may renew the license 1-17 for a period of 36 months from the date of expiration if the board 1-18 knows of no legal reason why the application should not be renewed 1-19 and if the board determines that the applicant has submitted an 1-20 annual financial report to each county bail bond board before the 1-21 anniversary date of the issuance of the applicant's license. A 1-22 license renewed under this subsection may be renewed subsequently 2-1 each 36 months in a similar manner. 2-2 Explanation: This change is necessary to make consistent the 2-3 period for which certain bail bondsman licenses may be renewed.