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larry Lujack
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posted 06-28-2000 11:12 AM     Click Here to See the Profile for larry Lujack   Click Here to Email larry Lujack   Edit/Delete Message   Reply To & Quote Message         
NSMIA allows states to have filing requirements "substantially similar" to those imposed by the SEC under Rule 506 (Form D). Is New York's Form 99 "substantially similar" to Form D and, in any event, should Form 99 be filed?

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