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Louisiana Revised Statutes 47:1561.1 - Special authority to enforce collection of taxes collected or withheld; personal liability conform

§1561.1.  Special authority to enforce collection of taxes collected or withheld; personal liability conform

A.  Notwithstanding any other provision of law to the contrary, if any corporation, limited liability company, or limited partnership fails to file returns or to remit the income taxes withheld from the wages of its employees under Chapter 1 of Subtitle II of this Title, or if any corporation, limited liability company, or limited partnership fails to file returns or to remit the sales and use taxes collected from purchasers or consumers under Chapters 2, 2- A, and 2-B of Subtitle II of this Title, the secretary is authorized, as an alternative means of enforcing collection, to hold those officers or directors, or those managers or members as defined in R.S. 12:1301(12) and (13), having direct control or supervision of such taxes or charged with the responsibility of filing such returns and remitting such taxes and who willfully fail to remit or account for such taxes withheld or collected, personally liable for the total amount of such taxes withheld or  collected, and not accounted for or not remitted, together with any interest, penalties, and fees accruing thereon.  Collection of the total amount due may be made from any one or any combination of such officers or directors, or managers or members as defined in R.S. 12:1301(12) and (13), who willfully fail to remit or account for such taxes withheld or collected, by use of any of the alternative remedies for the collection of taxes as provided in R.S. 47:1561.

B.  A corporation, limited liability company, or limited partnership by resolution of the board of directors or members may designate an officer or director, or a manager or member as defined in R.S. 12:1301(12) and (13), having direct control or supervision of such taxes or charged with the responsibility of filing such returns and remitting such taxes, and such resolution shall be filed with the secretary of state.

Acts 1987, No. 867, §1, eff. July 20, 1987; Acts 1998, No. 31, §1, eff. June 24, 1998.

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