|(a) Definitions. For purposes of this section: (1) Public recreational purpose means the use of coastal public land suitable for human use and enjoyment. (2) Estuarine preserve means coastal public land set aside for the protection of fresh-water and marine ecosystems. (3) Wildlife refuge means land set aside for habitat of native and rare species. (b) Application. Pursuant to Section 33.102 of the Texas Natural Resources Code, any person desiring a lease for the use of coastal public land shall at least include the following in the application: (1) the name, address, telephone number, and email address if available, of the person desiring the lease; and (2) the intended public purpose. (c) General Conditions. (1) Lessee shall be subject to all policies, provisions, terms and conditions applying to leased coastal public land by statute or administrative rule. (2) Lessee shall be subject to any additional policies, provisions, and conditions adopted by the board for the benefit of the public. (3) Lessee shall pay to the General Land Office the necessary filing fees and all other fees determined by the board as adequate compensation for the use of coastal public land. (d) Renewals. Renewals of leases will utilize the contract form and adhere to rules and regulations in effect at the time of the renewal.