SEC Form DEFR14C

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DEFINITION of 'SEC Form DEFR14C'

A revision to form DEFA14C. This form is a definitive information statement that discloses important information but is not connected to the solicitation of proxy votes. The information contained in a DEFA14C (or DEFR14C) form can cover a multitude of items that are deemed important for shareholders.

INVESTOPEDIA EXPLAINS 'SEC Form DEFR14C'

Section 14C of the code deals with "definitive information statements" not related to a proxy solicitation. The "DEF" prefix refers to definitive information, and the "R" refers to "revision." Any revision to information contained in a DEFA14C would require a DEFR14C amendment.

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