|(a) Besides non-renewal of a license under §73.2 (relating
to Renewal of License) or §74.3 (relating to Annual Renewal) of this
title, a licensee who has defaulted on a student loan or breached a student
loan repayment contract, a scholarship contract by failing to perform his
or her service obligation under the contract, or any other agreement between
the licensee and the administering entity, relating to payment of a student
loan or performance of obligations under a scholarship, may be subject to
disciplinary action by the board as authorized by chapter 56 of the Occupations
Code. This section applies to chiropractic licensees and facility licensees
who operate as a sole proprietor or partnership.
(b) The board may rescind any disciplinary action taken under
this section upon receipt of information from an administering entity that
the licensee is now in good standing, as provided in §71.3(b) of this
title (relating to Qualification of Applicants) of this title.
(c) Upon notice that a licensee is again in default or breach
of any loan or agreement relating to a student loan or scholarship, the board
may reinstate the original disciplinary action, if rescinded, or take other
(d) The maximum sanction for a violation of this section is
revocation and/or $1000 administrative penalty per violation. This sanction
is incorporated into the board's maximum sanction table provided in §75.11(b)
of this title (relating to Schedule of Sanctions) by this reference.