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Texas Laws | Government Code

GOVERNMENT CODE

TITLE 9. PUBLIC SECURITIES

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SUBTITLE A. GENERAL PROVISIONS

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CHAPTER 1201. PUBLIC SECURITY PROCEDURES ACT

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CHAPTER 1202. EXAMINATION AND REGISTRATION OF PUBLIC SECURITIES

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CHAPTER 1203. REGISTRAR FOR PUBLIC SECURITY

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CHAPTER 1204. INTEREST RATE

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CHAPTER 1205. PUBLIC SECURITY DECLARATORY JUDGMENT ACTIONS

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CHAPTER 1206. REPLACEMENT FOR DAMAGED, DESTROYED, LOST, OR STOLEN PUBLIC SECURITIES

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CHAPTER 1207. REFUNDING BONDS

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CHAPTER 1208. SECURITY FOR PUBLIC SECURITIES

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