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Section 40-14B-5

Statement included with offering. THIS SECTION WAS ASSIGNED BY THE CODE COMMISSIONER. THIS SECTION HAS NOT BEEN CODIFIED BY THE LEGISLATURE.

Any offering material involving the sale of securities of the certified capital company must include the following statement: "By authorizing the formation of a certified capital company, the State of Alabama does not endorse the quality of management or the potential for earnings of the company and is not liable for damages or losses to a certified investor in the company. Use of the word "certified" in an offering does not constitute a recommendation or endorsement of the investment by the Alabama Development Office of public accounts. If applicable provisions of law are violated, the State of Alabama may require forfeiture of unused premium tax credits and repayments of used premium tax credits."

(Act 2002-429, p. 1108, §5.)



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