§337.49. Protest to collector's determination of tax due
A. The taxpayer, within fifteen calendar days from the date of the notice provided
in R.S. 47:337.48(A) or within thirty calendar days from the date of the notice provided in
R.S. 47:337.48(B), may protest thereto. This protest must be in writing and should fully
disclose the reasons, together with facts and figures in substantiation thereof, for objecting
to the collector's determination. The collector shall consider the protest, and shall grant a
hearing thereon, before making a final determination of tax, penalty, and interest due.
B. The taxpayer or the local collector may request that a member of the Louisiana
Uniform Local Sales Tax Board attend a hearing granted in accordance with this Section.
The request shall be made in writing and received by the board at least five business days
prior to the date of the hearing. The chairman of the board may appoint a designee to serve
in the place of a board member for this purpose. A person eligible to serve as a designee
shall be either a full-time employee of the board or the head of a single parish collector's
Acts 2003, No. 73, §1, eff. July 1, 2003; Acts 2017, No. 274, §2, eff. June 16, 2017.