Frequently Asked Questions
Can my license be revoked?
Yes, the secretary may revoke the license of any person licensed upon written notice sent by certified mail to the licensee’s last know address appearing in the secretary’s files, for any of the following reasons:
- Filing a false report of the data or information required by the licensee.
- Failure, refusal, or neglect of the licensee to file a report or information required.
- Failure of the licensee to pay the full amount of all taxes, penalties and interest due.
- Failure of the license to keep accurate records of the quantities of gasoline or diesel fuel received, produced, refined, manufactured, compounded, sold, or used in Louisiana.
- Failure to file a surety bond as required by the secretary pursuant to LA R.S. 47:818.40.
- Conviction of the licensee, licensee’s agents, officers or employees, or a principal of the licensee for any act prohibited under this subpart.
- Failure, refusal, or neglect of a licensee to comply with any other provision of LA R.S. 47:818.1 et seq. or any rule promulgated.
- License or registration issued by another state was canceled for cause.
- Licensee is determined not to be the real party in interest.
- Any prior license of the real party in interest has been revoked for cause.
- The licensee, or any of the licensee’s agents, officers, or employees, has a prior conviction for motor fuel tax evasion in this state or any state, federal, or foreign jurisdiction and the conviction was not disclosed on the application.