No-action letter

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A no-action letter is a statement issued by the Securities and Exchange Commission advising a corporation as to its rights and the legality of its possible actions. The letter is not a binding administrative position, and may be repudiated by the agency, and is subject to judicial review, but it is often said to be a "95% guarantee" of the legality of corporate action.

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