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Rs 47:337.15 Collection

§337.15. Collection

A. Collection from dealer. (1) The tax imposed under the local ordinance shall be collectible from all persons, as herein defined, engaged as dealers, as herein defined.

(2) On all tangible personal property imported, or caused to be imported, from other taxing jurisdictions, states or foreign countries, and used by him, the "dealer", as herein defined, shall pay the tax imposed by the local ordinance on all articles of tangible personal property so imported and used, the same as if the said articles had been sold at retail for use or consumption in the taxing jurisdiction. For the purposes of the local ordinance, the use, or consumption, or distribution, or storage to be used or consumed in the taxing jurisdiction of tangible personal property shall each be equivalent to a sale at retail, and the tax shall thereupon immediately levy and be collected in the manner provided herein, provided there shall be no duplication of the tax in any event.

(3)(a) A credit against the use tax imposed by the local ordinance shall be granted to taxpayers who have paid a similar tax upon the sale or use of the same tangible personal property in another taxing jurisdiction, whether in this state or in another state. The credit provided herein shall be granted only in the case where the taxing authority to which a similar tax has been paid grants a similar credit as provided herein, provided that members of the armed forces who are citizens of this state and whose orders or enlistment contracts stipulate a period of active duty of two years or more and who purchase automobiles outside of the state of Louisiana while on such tour of active duty shall be granted such credit in connection with the purchase of such automobiles whether or not the state to which such tax thereon has been paid grants a similar credit as herein provided.

(b) The amount of the credit shall be calculated as provided in R.S. 47:337.86. In no event shall the credit be greater than the tax imposed in the other taxing jurisdiction upon the particular tangible personal property which is subject to the tax imposed by local ordinances.

B. Collection of tax on vehicles.

(1) The tax imposed by the local ordinance on the sale or use of any motor vehicle, automobile, motorcycle, truck, truck-tractor, trailer, semitrailer, motor bus, house trailer, or any other vehicle subject to the vehicle registration license tax may be collected as provided in R.S. 47:303(B).

(2) However, the provision contained in R.S. 47:301(10)(c)(ii)(bb) which excludes isolated or occasional sales from the definition of a sale at retail shall not apply to the sale of vehicles which are the subject of this Subsection. Isolated or occasional sales of vehicles are hereby defined to be sales at retail and as such are subject to tax by local ordinance.

C. Auctioneers. All auctioneers shall register as dealers and shall display their registration to the public as a condition of doing business in the taxing jurisdiction. Such auctioneers, or the company which they represent, shall be responsible for the collection of all local taxes on articles sold by them and shall report and remit to the collector as provided in the local ordinance.

D. Collection of tax on motorboats and vessels. The secretary of the Louisiana Department of Wildlife and Fisheries shall not register or issue a certificate of registration on any new boat or vessel purchased in this state until satisfactory proof has been presented to him that all sales taxes provided by the local ordinance have been paid; nor shall he register or issue a certificate of registration on any boat or vessel brought into this state until satisfactory proof has been presented to him that all use taxes required by the local ordinance have been paid.

E. Collection of tax on off-road vehicles. The vehicle commissioner shall not issue a title or a certificate of registration on any off-road vehicle purchased in this state or brought into this state from another state until satisfactory proof has been presented to him that all sales taxes required by the local ordinance have been paid. The purchaser of an off-road vehicle from a seller who is not registered with the Department of Public Safety and Corrections shall pay the sales tax at the time the vehicle is titled the same as is required for the registration and licensing of other vehicles under the provisions of R.S. 47:303(B). However, for purposes of issuance of an off-road decal for any off-road or all-terrain vehicle purchased on or before December 31, 2013, the vehicle commissioner shall provide a decal to a taxpayer who provides proof of payment of sales and use tax and a certificate of origin.

F. Collection of tax on membership in health and physical fitness clubs. The sales tax due under the provisions of the local ordinance on contracts for membership in a health and physical fitness club shall be assessed and shall be due and payable on a monthly basis computed on the amount paid each month less any actual or imputed interest or collection fees or unpaid reserve amounts not received by the health and fitness club.

G. Direct Payment Numbers. Notwithstanding any provision of law to the contrary, a Louisiana taxpayer who obtains a DP Number as provided in R.S. 47:303.1 shall remit sales and use taxes due on purchases and rentals of tangible personal property and taxable services directly to the state and local taxing authorities to whom the sales and use taxes are due, and shall not be liable to remit the tax to the vendor or lessor of the tangible personal property and taxable services, as provided in R.S. 47:303.1.

H. In the event a taxpayer has average taxable purchases, leases, or services less than the amount prescribed by R.S. 47:303.1(B)(1)(c), and both the taxpayer and the collector for the taxing authorities desire to establish a direct pay authorization, the taxing authorities by local ordinance or the collector by rule, may establish such policies and procedures necessary to implement the authorization. Said local ordinance or rule shall in no way interfere or otherwise render ineffective all other provisions of R.S. 47:303.1 as they relate to the state sales and use tax.

I. For the time period July 1, 1998 to July 1, 2000, the contractor's direct pay number provision as found in R.S. 47:338.29(B) shall be applicable.

Acts 2003, No. 73, §1, eff. July 1, 2003; Acts 2013, No. 158, §2, eff. June 7, 2013.

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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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