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Massachusetts Securities Division extends relief from certain filing requirements

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On September 30, the Massachusetts Securities Division issued an amended Emergency Notice extending temporary relief from signature and notarization requirements in corporate filings and for registered financial professional filings until October 31. As under previous iterations of the notice (covered here and here), the Division will allow electronic signatures or copies of signed documents for securities applications and securities notice filings among others. However, the temporary waiver of notarization requirements for certain corporate finance filings and the CORI form, and relief from annual update filings and document delivery requirements for investment advisers were not extended.

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