§718.  Consent to substituted service of process or pleadings; manner of service


Where a consent to service of process is required under this Part, such consent to service of process shall be in the form prescribed by the commissioner, shall be irrevocable, and shall provide that actions arising out of or founded upon the sale of any securities in violation of this Part may be commenced against the person executing such consent in any court of competent jurisdiction and proper venue within this state by the service of process or pleadings upon the commissioner.  Service of any such process or pleadings in any such action against a person who has filed a consent to service with the commissioner shall, if made on the commissioner, be by duplicate copies, one of which shall be filed in the office of the commissioner and the other shall immediately be forwarded by the commissioner by registered or certified mail or by commercial courier as defined in R.S. 13:3204(D), when the person to be served is located outside of this state to the person against whom such process or pleadings are directed at his latest address on file in the office of the commissioner.

Acts 1985, No. 722, §1; Acts 1999, No. 395, §6.