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      RS 47:2436     


§2436.  Estate transfer tax return

A.  Requirements.  An estate transfer tax return shall be prepared and filed by or on behalf of the heirs and/or legatees in every case where estate transfer tax is due or where the value of the deceased's net estate amounts to the sum of sixty thousand dollars or more.  The estate transfer tax return shall be verified by a written declaration that it is made under the penalties imposed under this title for filing false reports or returns and that all copies of the accompanying documents are true and correct and the return shall state the full name of the deceased, his social security number, his residence at the time of death, the value of the estate and the calculation showing the computation of tax, whether or not a federal estate tax return was filed, a list of any contents of any safety deposit box which were omitted from the estate with an explanation for the omission and description of any assets standing in the name of deceased or any community property standing in the name of the deceased's spouse which was omitted from the succession with an explanation for the omission.  

B.  Time and place for filing returns.  An estate tax return shall be mailed to both the collector of revenue and the person designated as the tax collector under the provisions of R.S. 47:2417 within nine (9) months after decedent's death or prior to the filing of a United States estate tax return, whichever comes first.  

C.  Regulations.  The form of the estate transfer tax return and the procedure for mailing shall be in accordance with the regulation prescribed by the collector of revenue.  

Added by Acts 1972, No. 315, §1.  Amended by Acts 1973, No. 202, §1.  

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