Current as of: 2009
A. Any charitable organization, solicitor therefor, or person controlling or possessing such information shall provide, upon request, to any district attorney, the attorney general, or donor the following information:
(1) Information relevant to or as substantiation for:
(a) Any express or implied claims that an organization is a benevolent, civic, recreational, educational, voluntary, health, law enforcement, social service, philanthropic, fraternal, humane, patriotic, or religious organization; or that said organization delivers certain goods or services.
(b) Disclosure statements required by R.S. 51:1903 and 1904.
(2) The names and residential addresses of all incorporators, shareholders, directors, officers, sales persons, and employees of the organization.
(3) Any information or documentation required under the Louisiana Unfair Trade Practices and Consumer Protection Law.
B. Failure to provide the information requested in Paragraph A(3) of this Section shall constitute an unfair and deceptive trade practice under the Louisiana Unfair Trade Practices and Consumer Protection Law.
Added by Acts 1981 No. 849, §1; Acts 1995, No. 1053, §1.Prev | Next
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