The commissioners court of a county may set reasonable fees to be charged for services by the offices of the sheriff and constables.
On or before Oct. 15 of the year in which the fees are initially set, each county commissioners court reports the current fee amounts to the Comptroller’s office.
On September 1, 2015, House Bill 3438 moved the responsibility for maintaining the Advertised Surplus Property website from the Comptroller of Public Accounts to the Texas Facilities Commission (TFC). Surplus property is available to state agencies, political subdivisions and approved assistance organizations, not to the general public. Please contact TFC for any questions regarding surplus property.
Protecting our children from the dangers of tobacco is a vital task requiring constant awareness and continuous effort on the part of parents, state and local government officials, businesses and all Texans.
Texas law tolerates neither sellers nor buyers in transactions where underage consumers are concerned. The Comptroller's office also helps minors educate themselves about tobacco laws and provides concerned citizens a place to blow the whistle on vendors that break the law.