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4 | DECEMBER 2017 | TEXAS STYLIST & SALON |

WWW.TEXASSTYLIST.COM New Owners Must Get a New Establishment License

Texas Department of Licensing and Regulation

(TDLR) inspectors often enter a salon or shop to

perform an inspection and are greeted by a new

establishment owner. But, many times the es-

tablishment license is still in the former owner’s

name or in the name of an obsolete business

partnership or corporation.

Cosmetologists Rule 83.29 and Barber 82.29

states when an establishment changes owner-

ship, the new owner MUST apply for a new estab-

lishment license within 30 days after the change

in ownership. A change in ownership can include:

(1) a cosmetology or barber business owned by

one person is sold to another person who begins

operating it, (2) a business is owned by a partner-

ship and the partnership is dissolved, (3) a corpo-

ration is the owner and the corporation is sold to

another person, or (4) the owner of the business

becomes legally incompetent or dies.

TDLR inspectors find when an owner of a salon

or shop dies a family member will often step-in

and try to keep the business open and serving

clients. A family member can continue to run the

shop, but must apply for a new license within 30

days of the owner’s death. To download the form

visit: https://www.tdlr.texas.gov/App_Online/ default.asp?LicenseType=COS

Cosmetologists and barbers working in a salon

or shop that has transferred ownership but hasn’t

applied for a new license are putting themselves

in jeopardy to receive a violation under the rules.

Licensees may only work in a licensed facility; an

establishment operating under a former owner’s

license is the same is operating without a license

because the present facility has no license!

If you need assistance filling out the change

of ownership form, or for anything else TDLR

related, please call the customer service division

at: 1-800-803-9202. Representatives are available

to serve you Monday through Friday, 7:00 a.m.

to 6:00 p.m. TDLR also has representatives who

speak Spanish, Vietnamese, English, and several

other languages.

TDLR Program News

Barber Advisory Board:

Linda G. Connor, Presiding Officer

Michelle Narlo, Jennifer Grisham,

Ronald Brown, James Bowens

Cosmetology Advisory Board:

Glenda Jemison, Presiding Officer

Aleshia Rivera, Ron Robinson,

Marisela Higgins, Vanessa Robbins, Claudia Avalos,

Natalie Caballero, Cora Lee Walters

Anthony Anderson,

Diane Salazar,

(512) 463-6599 or 1-800-803-9202

www.tdlr.texas.gov

COSMETOLOGY PROGRAM

P.O. Box 12157 Austin, Texas 78711

cs.cosmetologists@license.state.tx.us

BARBER PROGRAM

P.O. Box 12157 Austin, Texas 78711

cs.barbers@license.state.tx.us

TheTexas Department of Licensing and Regulation (TDLR) does not endorse this publication or any article, advertisement, product or service contained in it.

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