Section I-4365 - Failure to Pay Tax on Imported Tangible Personal Property; Grounds for Attachment (Louisiana Code of Regulations)

§ I-4365. Failure to Pay Tax on Imported Tangible Personal Property; Grounds for Attachment

A. The failure to pay any tax, interest, penalties or cost when due as provided in state and local sales or use tax laws and the regulations pertaining thereto automatically causes the tax, interest, penalties or costs to become immediately delinquent. Any tangible personal property, of which the sale at retail or the use, consumption, distribution and/or storage which gave rise to the incident of tax is subject to attachment irrespective of whether the delinquent taxpayer is in possession of the property or not, and irrespective of whether he is a resident of the state of Louisiana. The failure to pay the tax when due constitutes grounds for attachment as provided by R.S. 47:312 and R.S. 47:337.32. The procedure prescribed by law for attachment proceedings is to be followed except no bond is required of the taxing authority.

(Promulgated by the Department of Revenue and Taxation, Sales Tax Section, LR 13:107 (February 1987), amended by the Department of Revenue, Policy Services Division, LR 31:92 (January 2005).)

AUTHORITY NOTE: Promulgated in accordance with R.S. 47:312, R.S. 47:337.2, R.S. 47:337.32, and R.S. 47:1511.

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