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Not later than the 30th day before the day the hearing is held, the proposed budget and notice of the time and place of the budget hearing shall be disseminated to the membership of the state bar and to the public.(c) The executive director shall preside at the budget hearing or, if the executive director is unable to preside, may authorize any employee of the administrative staff or any officer or director of the state bar to preside. (b) The proposed budget shall be presented annually at a public hearing.

The state bar shall maintain reports on state bar purchases and shall make those reports available for review by the state auditor.

The state bar is subject to Chapter 325 (Texas Sunset Act).

(a) The state bar is a public corporation and an administrative agency of the judicial department of government.(b) This chapter is in aid of the judicial department's powers under the constitution to regulate the practice of law, and not to the exclusion of those powers.(c) The Supreme Court of Texas, on behalf of the judicial department, shall exercise administrative control over the state bar under this chapter.

(a) An indebtedness, liability, or obligation of the state bar does not:(1) create a debt or other liability of the state or of any entity other than the state bar or any successor public corporation; or(2) create any personal liability on the part of the members of the state bar or the members of the board of directors or any authorized person issuing, executing, or delivering any evidence of the indebtedness, liability, or obligation.(b) The state bar may not create an indebtedness, liability, or obligation that cannot be paid from the receipts for the current year unless approved by referendum of all members of the state bar as provided by Section 81.024.

Any bond, note, debenture, evidence of indebtedness, mortgage, deed of trust, assignment, pledge, contract, lease, agreement, or other contractual obligation owed to or by the state bar on June 11, 1979, remains in force and effect according to the terms of the obligation.

The state bar shall maintain reports on state bar purchases and shall make those reports available for review by the state auditor. The state bar is subject to Chapter 325 (Texas Sunset Act). (a) The state bar is a public corporation and an administrative agency of the judicial department of government.(b) This chapter is in aid of the judicial department's powers under the constitution to regulate the practice of law, and not to the exclusion of those powers.(c) The Supreme Court of Texas, on behalf of the judicial department, shall exercise administrative control over the state bar under this chapter. (a) An indebtedness, liability, or obligation of the state bar does not:(1) create a debt or other liability of the state or of any entity other than the state bar or any successor public corporation; or(2) create any personal liability on the part of the members of the state bar or the members of the board of directors or any authorized person issuing, executing, or delivering any evidence of the indebtedness, liability, or obligation.(b) The state bar may not create an indebtedness, liability, or obligation that cannot be paid from the receipts for the current year unless approved by referendum of all members of the state bar as provided by Section 81.024. Any bond, note, debenture, evidence of indebtedness, mortgage, deed of trust, assignment, pledge, contract, lease, agreement, or other contractual obligation owed to or by the state bar on June 11, 1979, remains in force and effect according to the terms of the obligation. Appointments to the board shall be made without regard to the race, color, disability, sex, religion, age, or national origin of the appointees.