Each state has an Administrator, who has certain jurisdiction and powers related to the offer and sale of securities in his or her state. Generally, an Administrator will simply issue a cease and desist order if he or she finds a problem. However, the Administrator can also have a court order an injunction or deny, revoke or suspend registration. The following section outlines an Administrator's ability to regulate - that is, the enforcement aspect of the USA.
Administrator Authority

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