SEC Form DEFA14C

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DEFINITION of 'SEC Form DEFA14C'

Form DEFA14C is for filing "definitive additional information statement materials, including rule 14(a) 12 material." SEC Form DEFA14C can cover supplemental information from other filings, or correct deficiencies in information in other filings.

INVESTOPEDIA EXPLAINS 'SEC Form DEFA14C'

Section 14C of the code deals with notification to shareholders of "definitive information statements," and it does not solicit proxies. It is a means for management to disclose or deliver important information required under other parts of the code. This filing is to be distinguished from form DEFA14A: information disclosed in connection with the solicitation of a proxy.

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