It is not, however, intended to be confined strictly to the constitutional requirement. If the court does not rule within 30 days from a request by motion for relief from the stay, the stay is automatically terminated with respect to the property in question. Paragraph 4 excepts commencement or continuation of actions and proceedings by governmental units to enforce police or regulatory powers. Added by Acts 2001, 77th Leg. In determining whether to take the action described in this paragraph, the court shall consider any concerns that have been raised by the child s current caregiver regarding the parent. Amended by: Acts 2013, 83rd Leg.
In addition, upon completion of the case plan, the sending county shall provide a copy of the completed case plan to the receiving county. Added by Acts 2001, 77th Leg. Added by Acts 2001, 77th Leg. The prohibition provided by this subsection regarding storage does not apply to a registered waste tire energy recovery facility or a waste tire energy recovery facility storage site. The notice must be sent by mail and must be deposited with the United States postal service not more than 45 days or less than 30 days before the date of the hearing. The commission shall follow its own rules as adopted until it changes them in accordance with that Act.
The term does not include: A a release that results in an exposure to a person solely within a workplace, concerning a claim that the person may assert against the person's employer; B an emission from the engine exhaust of a motor vehicle, rolling stock, aircraft, vessel, or pipeline pumping station engine; C a release of source, by-product, or special nuclear material from a nuclear incident, as those terms are defined by the Atomic Energy Act of 1954, as amended 42 U. If the information would be considered confidential under applicable law, the commission shall protect the information accordingly. G Specific desires of any dependent child who is 12 years of age or older. Section 1317 ; v a hazardous air pollutant listed under Section 112 of the federal Clean Air Act, as amended 42 U. If such services or programs are offered, the home-rule municipality may require their use by those persons within its jurisdiction.
Therefore, it is the state's public policy that, in generating, treating, storing, and disposing of hazardous waste, the following methods are preferred to the extent economically and technologically feasible, in the order listed: 1 source reduction; 2 reuse or recycling of waste, or both; 3 treatment to destroy hazardous characteristics; 4 treatment to reduce hazardous characteristics; 5 underground injection; and 6 land disposal. Added by Acts 1991, 72nd Leg. An owner of land located within one-quarter mile of the proposed land application unit who lives on that land is an affected person for purposes of Section , Water Code. Also, note that when stock is transferred by a U. The failure of a county or municipality to accept the funds and make the improvements shall not be the basis for denial or suspension of a permit. For purposes of this section, an individual who would have a conflict of interest, means a person having any interests that might restrict or bias his or her ability to make educational or developmental services decisions, including, but not limited to, those conflicts of interest prohibited by Section 1126 of the Government Code, and the receipt of compensation or attorneys fees for the provision of services pursuant to this section. At a minimum, the rules shall include the public notice requirements set forth in Section 361.
Since the assets of the debtor are in the possession and control of the bankruptcy court, and since they constitute a fund out of which all creditors are entitled to share, enforcement by a governmental unit of a money judgment would give it preferential treatment to the detriment of all other creditors. Amended by: Acts 2009, 81st Leg. There is wide latitude between those two extremes although forced sale liquidation value will be a minimum. The difference does not, however, shift the burden of proof. Amended by: Acts 2011, 82nd Leg. Stays or injunctions issued under these other sections will not be automatic upon the commencement of the case, but will be granted or issued under the usual rules for the issuance of injunctions.
B A child under 6 years of age who is placed with his or her minor parent or for the purpose of reunification pursuant to clause iv of subparagraph A of paragraph 9. The activities to enhance the state's solid waste management program may include: 1 provision of funds for the municipal solid waste management planning fund and the municipal solid waste resource recovery applied research and technical assistance fund established by the Comprehensive Municipal Solid Waste Management, Resource Recovery, and Conservation Act Chapter ; 2 conduct of demonstration projects and studies to help local governments of various populations and the private sector to convert to accounting systems and set rates that reflect the full costs of providing waste management services and are proportionate to the amount of waste generated; 3 provision of technical assistance to local governments concerning solid waste management; 4 establishment of a solid waste resource center in the commission and an office of waste minimization and recycling; 5 provision of supplemental funding to local governments for the enforcement of this chapter, the Texas Litter Abatement Act Chapter , and Chapters and , Transportation Code; 6 conduct of a statewide public awareness program concerning solid waste management; 7 provision of supplemental funds for other state agencies with responsibilities concerning solid waste management, recycling, and other initiatives with the purpose of diverting recyclable waste from landfills; 8 conduct of research to promote the development and stimulation of markets for recycled waste products; 9 creation of a state municipal solid waste superfund, from funds appropriated, for: A the cleanup of unauthorized tire dumps and solid waste dumps for which a responsible party cannot be located or is not immediately financially able to provide the cleanup; B the cleanup or proper closure of abandoned or contaminated municipal solid waste sites for which a responsible party is not immediately financially able to provide the cleanup; and C remediation, cleanup, and proper closure of unauthorized recycling sites for which a responsible party is not immediately financially able to perform the remediation, cleanup, and closure; 10 provision of funds to mitigate the economic and environmental impacts of lead-acid battery recycling activities on local governments; 11 provision of funds for the conduct of research by a public or private entity to assist the state in developing new technologies and methods to reduce the amount of municipal waste disposed of in landfills; and 12 provision of funds for grants to encourage entities located in an affected county or a nonattainment area, as defined by Section , to convert heavy-duty vehicles used for municipal solid waste collection into vehicles powered by natural gas engines. A child subject to this subdivision shall not leave the United States prior to the issuance of the order described in this paragraph. Authorization to store, process, or dispose of hazardous waste under Section 361. At least one party to such an exchange must be in the state.
In determining whether a new hazardous waste management facility is compatible with local land use, the commission shall consider, at a minimum, the location of industrial and other waste-generating facilities in the area, the amounts of hazardous waste generated by those facilities, and the risks associated with the transportation of hazardous waste to the facility. Nevertheless, it will often be more appropriate to permit proceedings to continue in their place of origin, when no great prejudice to the bankruptcy estate would result, in order to leave the parties to their chosen forum and to relieve the bankruptcy court from many duties that may be handled elsewhere. The time and method of valuation is not specified precisely, in order to avoid that result. Change without regulatory effect of subsection a filed 6-23-86; effective thirtieth day thereafter Register 86, No. Amended by Acts 1990, 71st Leg.
Under this provision, the courts will be able to adapt to new methods of financing and to formulate protection that is appropriate to the circumstances of the case if none of the other methods would accomplish the desired result. F Social, cultural, and educational needs of the dependent child. Amended by Acts 1990, 71st Leg. B A child under 6 years of age who is placed with his or her minor parent or for the purpose of reunification pursuant to clause iv of subparagraph A of paragraph 9. A sign applicant should check with the local municipality concerning any local requirements. In addition, the deputy director or director of the county child welfare department shall approve the continued placement no less frequently than every 60 days.
Subd h amended effective January 1, 2014; adopted effective January 1, 2008. However, nothing in this paragraph shall be interpreted to imply that the court is required to take the action described in this paragraph as a prerequisite to the court taking the action described in either paragraph 1 or 3. C Amount and nature of any contact between the child and the potential guardian or caretaker. This provision is derived from In re Yale Express, Inc. Added by Acts 2015, 84th Leg.
If the court specifically limits the right of the parent or guardian to make educational or developmental services decisions for the child, the court shall at the same time appoint a responsible adult to make educational or developmental services decisions for the child until one of the following occurs: 1 The minor reaches 18 years of age, unless the child chooses not to make educational or developmental services decisions for himself or herself, or is deemed by the court to be incompetent. Added by Acts 1990, 71st Leg. Added by Acts 1999, 76th Leg. The commission shall also release the bond or other financial assurance on presentation of proof that the costs awarded have been paid. The formal agreement shall be approved and signed by the sending and receiving counties prior to placement of the child in the receiving county. I would sit here again in an instant. The use of periodic payments may be appropriate where, for example, the property in question is depreciating at a relatively fixed rate.