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Negotiating Permits?

The title of yesterday's post may have been a bit recondite for some readers as I never directly mentioned negotiating permits in the post.  Therefore, today's post will back up a bit and fill in some of the missing pieces.

As noted yesterday, the...

10 CCR 260.015.23, 10 CCR 260.102, California Securities Laws, illegal offer, negotiating permit, qualification, Section 25102, section 25110

A Permit To Negotiate - Really?

It is sometimes forgotten that the California Corporate Securities Law of 1968 makes it unlawful to either offer or sell a security in California in an issuer transaction unless that the sale has been qualified or exempt from or not subject to...

35 persons, California Securities Laws, Commissioner of Business Oversight, exempt, negotiating permit, qualification, qualified, Rule 260.102.1, section 25110, Uncategorized

Shares of Foreign Subsidiaries

I expect that little or no thought is given to the possible application of California's Corporate Securities Law of 1968 when a corporation incorporates a subsidiary under the laws of a foreign country.  However, the issuance of shares to a...

260.105.22, 260.141.11, California Securities Laws, Corporations Code, foreign subsidiary, qualification, section 25110

The DBO As Religious Regulator

In December last, the Department of Business Oversight published the 2016 Commissioner’s Report on the Offer or Sale of Securities by Permit under Corporations Code Section 25113.  This report, which is required by California Corporations...

California Securities Laws, church, church debt, church extension fund, mosque, Nasaa, North American Securities Administrators Associati, permit, qualification, Section 25113, suitability, synagogue, temple

Five Gnostic Exemptions From The Qualification Requirements Of The Corporate Securities Law

When looking for exemptions from the qualification requirements of the California Corporate Securities Law of 1968, a good place to start is Chapter 1, Part 2, Division 1 of Title 4 of the Corporations Code.  Cal. Corp. Code § 25100 et seq.  If you...

banks, California Securities Laws, Credit Union, CSL, exempt, Insurance Code, motor clubs, nonprofit cooperative assocations, qualification, Section 12160, section 25110, Section 25120, Section 25130



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