Remedies and Administrative Provisions - Introduction

Within this section we will study the extent of a State Administrator's authority, as well as what specific IA and IAR behavior will result in the Administrator exercising their authority. This chapter concludes our three-part discussion of investment adviser legal and regulatory guidelines. Administrator Authority and Actions


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