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disclosure

the process of revealing evidence held by one party to an action or a prosecution to the other party. In some systems, in some matters, it is compulsory; in others it may require the support of the court and in yet others there might be a right to refuse to disclose. The same idea is conveyed by discovery which rather suggests that the party seeking the information has to ask for it - usually through the court - rather than the possessor being obliged to release it without asking.
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These people are giving them revenue numbers outside of the disclosure document and not violating any disclosure law by doing that...These loan brokers have actually figured out how to reverse engineer if youre taking out X amount of loan, how much profit you have to show to get that loan and then figure out how much revenue to show to get that.
"The Dispute Resolution team here at Muckle increasingly work on large claims where disclosure documents can be in the hundreds of thousands so having access to groundbreaking software such as TAR is gamechanging.
* The investment advisor must receive from the client a signed and dated acknowledgement of receipt of its Form ADV Part 2 and separate solicitor's written disclosure document as delivered by the solicitor
There are only five sections on the form and, at least for a franchisor used to the franchise disclosure document, the required information is both obvious and minimal:
Insurers using an annuity illustration are also required to provide a narrative summary that includes the following, unless provided at the same time in a disclosure document:
"If in two years the franchise was a poor performer, or the market is just not performing well, franchisees are beginning to go back and carefully review their disclosure documents," he says.
* Introducing a single quarterly disclosure document aimed at more financially savvy readers.
The SEC's order further finds that New Jersey failed to provide certain present and historical financial information regarding its pension funding in bond disclosure documents. The state was aware of the underfunding of TPAF and PERS and the potential effects of the underfunding.
To view the disclosure documents, visit Suncor's profile on www.sedar.com or Suncor's website at www.suncor.com/financialreports.
The disclosure documents are designed to achieve 2 goals, according to Tom Bartell, assistant vice president and assistant general counsel with Hartford Life, Hartford, Conn.
Investors now can search the contents of the disclosure documents filed electronically with the SEC using a new full-text search tool on the SEC's website.