R.S. §9:315.33 Suspension of License

§9:315.33.  Suspension of license; notice of suspension from licensing board; temporary license

A. Within thirty days of receipt of a certified order of suspension of license for noncompliance with an order of support or contempt of court, sent by first class mail from either the court or  the attorney representing the obligee, the board shall suspend all licenses which it issued to the obligor, or other person in contempt, or a particular license as specified in the order.

B. The board shall specify an exact date and hour of suspension, which date shall be within thirty days from the board’s receipt of the order of suspension, and shall promptly issue a notice of suspension informing the licensee of all of the following:

(1) His license has been suspended by order of the court, including the suit name, docket number, and court as indicated on the order.

(2) The effective date of the suspension.

(3) To apply for reinstatement, the obligor must obtain an order of compliance from the court.

(4) Any other information prescribed by the board.

C. Upon being presented with a court order of partial compliance and at the request of an obligor whose motor vehicle operator’s license, permit, or privilege has been suspended under this Subpart, the office of motor vehicles may issue the obligor a temporary license valid for a period not to exceed one hundred twenty days.

Acts 1995, No. 1078, §1, eff. Jan. 1, 1996; Acts 1997, No. 1249, §1, eff. July 1, 1997.

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