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Rs 45:844.16 Registration Fees And "Do Not Call" List Fees

§844.16. Registration fees and "do not call" list fees

A. Each independent solicitor registration shall be an annual payment of four hundred dollars. The permit issued shall be good for a period of one calendar year beginning January first and ending December thirty-first unless otherwise revoked.

B. Each principal solicitor registration shall be an annual payment of eight hundred dollars. The permit issued shall be good for a period of one calendar year beginning January first and ending December thirty-first unless otherwise revoked.

C.(1) Each principal solicitor shall make an additional annual payment for the registration of dependent solicitors as follows:

(a) Five hundred dollars total for the registration of between one and ten additional dependent solicitors of a principal solicitor.

(b) One thousand dollars total for registration of between eleven and fifty additional dependent solicitors of a principal solicitor.

(c) One thousand five hundred dollars total for the registration of between fifty-one and one hundred additional dependent solicitors.

(d) Two thousand dollars total for registration of one hundred and one or more additional dependent solicitors of a principal solicitor.

(2) The permit issued shall be good for a period of one calendar year beginning January first and ending December thirty-first unless otherwise revoked.

D. The cost for the "do not call" list is four hundred dollars annually. All telephone solicitors, with the exception of dependent solicitors, are responsible for the cost associated with the purchase of the list.

E. For the purposes of this Section:

(1) "Dependent solicitor" means a telephone solicitor, other than an employee of an independent solicitor or principal solicitor who has entered into an agreement with one and only one principal solicitor as defined herein, to perform telephone solicitation under the supervision of the principal solicitor.

(2) "Independent solicitor" means a telephone solicitor who has submitted application and properly enrolled with the commission to be provided the "do not call" list. Independent solicitors are allowed to distribute the "do not call" list with employees of that same firm, organization, partnership, association, or corporation.

(3) "Principal solicitor" means a telephone solicitor who has submitted an application and properly enrolled with the commission as such, to be provided to the "do not call" list and the authority to enter into agreements to provide access to the "do not call" list to dependent solicitors as defined herein. Principal solicitors are allowed to distribute the "do not call" list with employees of that same firm, organization, partnership, association, or corporations.

Acts 2004, No. 857, §1, eff. July 12, 2004.

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Louisiana
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John Bel Edwards
John Bel Edwards
January 11, 2016 -
Democratic
1-225-342-4404
900 North 3rd Street, Baton Rouge, LA, 70802

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