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(c) The same disclosure statement shall be transmitted to each holder of a claim or interest of a particular class, but there may be transmitted different dislosure statements, differing in amount, detail, or kind of information, as between classes.
(d) Whether a disclosure statement required under subsection (b) of this section contains adequate information is not governed by any otherwise applicable nonbankruptcy law, rule, or regulation, but an agency or official whose duty is to administer or enforce such a law, rule, or regulation may be heard on the issue of whether a disclosure statement contains adequate information. Such an agency or official may not appeal from, or otherwise seek review of, an order approving a disclosure statement.
(e) A person that solicits acceptance or rejection of a plan, in good faith and in compliance with the applicable provisions of this title, or that participates, in good faith and in compliance with the applicable provisions of this title, in the offer, issuance, sale, or purchase of a security, offered or sold under the plan, of the debtor, of an affiliate participating in a joint plan with the debtor, or of a newly organized successor to the debtor under the plan, is not liable, on account of such solicitation or participation, for violation of any applicable law, rule, or regulation governing solicitation of acceptance or rejection of a plan or the offer, issuance, sale, or purchase of securities.
(d) Notwithstanding any other provision of this section, on request of a party in interest that is a governmental unit, the court may not confirm a plan if the principal purpose of the plan is the avoidance of taxes or the avoidance of the application of section 5 of the Securities Act of 1933 (15 U.S.C. 77e). In any hearing under this subsection, the governmental unit has the burden of proof on the issue of avoidance.
SUBCHAPTER III-POSTCONFIRMATION MATTERS
8 1145. Exemption from securities laws
(a) Except with respect to an entity that is an underwriter as defined in subsection (b) of this section, section 5 of the Securities Act of 1933 (15 U.S.C. 77e) and any State or local law requiring registration for offer or sale of a security or registration or licensing of an issuer of underwriter of, or broker or dealer in, a security does not apply to
(1) the offer or sale under a plan of a security of the debtor, of an affiliate participating in a joint plan with the debtor, or of a successor to the debtor under the plan
(A) in exchange for a claim against, an interest in, or a claim for an administrative expense in the case concerning, the debtor or such affiliate; or
(B) principally in such exchange and partly for cash or property; (2) the offer of a security through any warrant, option, right to subscribe, or conversion privilege that was sold in the manner specified in paragraph (1) of this subsection, or the sale of a security upon the exercise of such a warrant, option, right, or privilege.
(3) the offer or sale, other than under a plan, of a security of an issuer other than the debtor or an affiliate, if
(A) such security was owned by the debtor on the date of the filing of the petition; (B) the issuer of such security is—
(i) required to file reports under section 13 or 15(a) of the Securities Exchange Act of 1934 (15 U.S.C. 78m or 780(d)); and
(ii) in compliance with the disclosure and reporting provision of such applicable section; and (C) such offer or sale is of securities that do not exceed
(i) during the two-year period immediately following the date of the filing of the petition, four percent of the securities of such class outstanding on such date; and
(ii) during any 180-day period following such twoyear period, one percent of the securities outstanding
at the beginning of such 180-day period; or (4) a transaction by a stockbroker in a security that is executed after a transaction of a kind specified in paragraph (1) or (2) of this subsection in such security and before the expiration of 40 days after the first date on which such security was bona fide offered to the public by the issuer or by or through an underwriter, if such stockbroker provides, at the time of or before such transaction by such stockbroker, a disclosure statement approved under section 1125 of this title, and, if the court orders, information supplementing such disclosure statement. (b)(1) Except as provided in paragraph (2) of this subsection and except with respect to ordinary trading transactions of an entity that is not an issuer, an entity is an underwriter under section 2(11) of the Securities Act of 1933 (15 U.S.C. 77b(11)), if such entity,
(A) purchases a claim against, interest in, or claim for an administrative expense in the case concerning, the debtor, if such purchase is with a view to distribution of any security received or to be received in exchange for such a claim or interest;
(B) offers to sell securities offered or sold under the plan for the holders of such securities;
(C) offers to buy securities offered or sold under the plan from the holders of such securities, if such offer to buy is
(i) with a view to distribution of such securities; and
(ii) under an agreement made in connection with the plan, with the consummation of the plan, or with the offer
or sale of securities under the plan; or (D) is an issuer, as used in such section 2(11), with respect to such securities. (2) An entity is not an underwriter under section 2(11) of the Securities Act of 1933 or under paragraph (1) of this subsection with respect to an agreement that provides only for
(A)(i) the matching or combining of fractional interests in securities offered or sold under the plan into whole interests; or
(ii) the purchase or sale of such fractional interests from or to entities receiving such fractional interests under the plan;
(B) the purchase or sale for such entities of such fractional or whole interests as are necessary to adjust for any remaining
fractional interests after such matching. (3) An entity other than an entity of the kind specified in paragraph (1) of this subsection is not an underwriter under section 2(11) of the Securities Act of 1933 with respect to any securities offered or sold to such entity in the manner specified in subsection (a)(1) of this section. bele
(c) An offer or sale of securities of the kind and in the manner specified under subsection (a)(1) of this section is deemed to be a public offering.
(d) The Trust Indenture Act of 1939 (15 U.S.C. 77aaa et seq.) does not apply to a note issued under the plan that matures not later than one year after the effective date of the plan.
THE ACT OF SEPTEMBER 28, 1962
[12 U.S.C. 92a)
AN ACT To place authority over the trust powers of national banks in the
Comptroller of the Currency.
(Pub. L. 87-722, 76 Stat. 668) Be it enacted by the Senate and House of Representatives of the United States of America in Congress assembled, That (a) the Comptroller of the Currency shall be authorized and empowered to grant by special permit to national banks applying therefor, when not in contravention of State or local law, the right to act as trustee, executor, administrator, registrar of stocks and bonds, guardian of estates, assignee, receiver, committee of estates of lunatics, or in any other fiduciary capacity in which State banks, trust companies, or other corporations which come into competition with national banks are permitted to act under the laws of the State in which the national bank is located.
(b) Whenever the laws of such State authorize or permit the exercise of any or all of the foregoing powers by State banks, trust companies, or other corporations which compete with national banks, the granting to and the exercise of such powers by national banks shall not be deemed to be in contravention of State or local law within the meaning of this Act.
THE ACT OF OCTOBER 28, 1974
, AN ACT To increase deposit insurance from $20,000 to $40,000, to provide full insur
ance for public unit deposits of $100,000 per account, to establish a National Commission on Electronic Fund Transfers, and for other purposes.
(Pub. L. 93-495, 88 Stat. 1506)
TITLE I-AMENDMENTS TO AND EXTENSIONS OF PROVI
SIONS OF LAW RELATING TO FEDERAL REGULATION OF DEPOSITORY INSTITUTIONS
INDEPENDENCE OF FINANCIAL REGULATORY AGENCIES
SEC. 111. [12 U.S.C. 250] No officer or agency of the United States shall have any authority to require the Securities and Exchange Commission, the Board of Governors of the Federal Reserve System, the Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation, the Federal Home Loan Bank Board, or the National Credit Union Administration to submit legislative recommendations, or testimony, or comments on legislation, to any officer or agency of the United States for approval, comments, or review, prior to the submission of such recommendations, testimony, or comments to the Congress if such recommendations, testimony, or comments to the Congress include a statement indicating that the views expressed therein are those of the agency submitting them and do not necessarily represent the views of the President.