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Senate Bill 0469


Senate Bill 0469

ARCHIVE (2004)

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DIGEST OF SB 469 (Updated February 18, 2004 5:53 pm - DI 108)


Securities and loan brokers. Voids provisions in an agreement to purchase a security that would waive compliance with securities law or a rule or order made under securities law. Provides a procedure for an issuer of securities to respond to comments regarding an application for registration made by the securities division. Permits the appointment of a securities division attorney to serve as a special deputy prosecutor in actions arising under securities law. Prohibits the issuance of an interpretive opinions by the securities commissioner concerning an activity that occurred before or is occurring on the date that the opinion is requested. Requires that notice and opportunity to be heard must be provided to a person accused of violating securities law, rather than requiring that a hearing occur as provided by current law. Prohibits various deceptive practices by a person that supplies information concerning securities. Provides that an administrative action under securities law survives the death of a person who might have been a respondent. Makes changes to definitions used in the loan broker statutes. Exempts persons engaged in certain federally regulated transactions from the requirements of the loan broker law.
    Current Status:
     Out of Committee 2nd House
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