The Louisiana Department of Treasury is committed to working with members of the State Legislature to give back Unclaimed Property that belongs to Louisiana citizens. Rep. Burns has been issued a listing of all unclaimed property owners in District 89 by the Louisiana Department of Treasury.
If you have inquiries regarding any unclaimed property you may have on file, please contact the Louisiana Department of Treasury-Unclaimed Property Division’s toll free phone number 1-888-925-4127 or (225) 219-9400. You may also visit their website at www.LaTreasury.com, or contact Rep. Burns’ District Office at (985) 624-4492.
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