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      RS 56:301.2     


§301.2.  Application requirements; proof of residency; material misstatements; fees for certain alien individual licenses

A.  The following applies to all licenses required by this Part:

(1)  No license may be issued until all information requested on the application is supplied to the issuing agent.  When a license application requires the submission of an income tax return, sufficient proof of the accuracy of the return may be by notarized affidavit of the preparer of the return.  The affidavit shall include language certifying that the information in the return is complete and accurate.

(2)  Forms of acceptable payment for licenses shall be determined by the department.

(3)  No resident license may be issued prior to proof of Louisiana residency by the applicant.

(4)  The issuance of a license is conditional upon validation of all information on the application.  If the department finds any material misstatement of fact regarding the residency of the applicant or the ownership of the vessel for which application is made, the license is void and shall be immediately surrendered to an agent of the department.

B.  The license fee for an alien individual for licenses required in Subparts C, D, E, F, G, and I of this Part shall be two times the cost of a similar nonresident license.

Acts 1986, No. 904, §1; Acts 1997, No. 1413, §1, eff. July 15, 1997; Acts 1999, No. 177, §1.

{{NOTE:  SEE ACTS 1986, NO. 904, §5.}}

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