|(a) When any Texas B-On-Time borrower fails to make as many as five monthly payments due in accordance with his or her repayment schedule, the full amount of remaining principal and other charges shall become due and payable immediately. (b) When as many as six payments have been missed, the loans will be considered to be in default, and the Office of the Attorney General, at the request of the Commissioner, may file suit for the unpaid balance plus court costs, attorney fees, and judgment interest, as described in §21.130 of this title (relating to Loan Interest). (c) All records of each student who is a borrower under this Subchapter shall be so identified in the Office of the Registrar at each eligible institution. The institution may not release an official certified copy of such records, nor may any student in this program re-register for classes in the institution, until the Texas B-On-Time program officer at the institution certifies to the registrar that the borrower's B-On-Time account is in good condition. The Commissioner must approve exceptions to this section in advance of the institution's release of an official certified copy of the records or of the borrower's re-registration. (d) In accordance with state law, the Board will notify the Comptroller of Public Accounts when a borrower's account has become 90 days or more past due. Until the delinquency is cured, no state warrant other than a wage warrant will be released to the borrower. This prevents the delinquent borrower from receiving further warrants for state student financial aid.