SEC DEL AM Filing

DEFINITION of 'SEC DEL AM Filing'

Annual and transition reports pursuant to Section 13 and 15(d) where the Regulation S-K item 405 box on the cover page is checked. Regulation S-K concerns instructions for the SEC DEL AM filing under the Securities Acts of 1933 and 1934.

BREAKING DOWN 'SEC DEL AM Filing'

This is now considered obsolete by the SEC. It was eliminated in Edgar release 8.2 and replaced with Form 10-K. This is a filing for delaying amendments to the prospectus.

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