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Zimmerman's Research Guide


Securities Act of 1933

Commonly called either the "Securities Act" or "The '33 Act" and codified at 15 U.S.C. §§ 77a-77aa. This is the law that put securities practice on the legal map.

An updated electronic edition of the Act is posted free in the Securities Lawyers Deskbook (lawblogs.uc.edu/sld/).

For materials containing the text of the act, see "Securities Laws generally." For an explanation of the Act, see Sommer's Federal Securities Act of 1933, Loss and Seligman's Securities Regulation (in print or on Lexis (FEDSEC/LOSS)), and any other good securities regulation treatise.

Securities Act Schedules (A and B) are published immediately after the text of the law in the CCH Federal Securities Law Reporter and probably the U.S.C.

See Also
Federal Securities Law Reporter
Securities and Exchange Commission

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