Q:
Under the Uniform Securities Act, all of the following are prohibited EXCEPT:
a) Omitting a material fact due to time constraints
b) Refusal to follow a client’s instructions
c) Soliciting trades for unregistered exempt securities
d) Making an untrue statement regarding a material fact
A:
The correct answer is c.
Refusing to follow a client’s instructions and making false statements (or omitting true ones!) about material facts are all prohibited. Furthermore, while soliciting trades for unregistered non-exempt securities is prohibited, there is no prohibition for soliciting orders for unregistered exempt securities (such as US Government bonds).

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