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The Securities Act of 1933 specifically exempts from registration securities offered by any person:

The Securities Act of 1933 specifically exempts from registration securities offered by any person:

a) other than an issuer, underwriter or dealer

b) in a small company with less than $150,000 in assets

c) who is an issuer of a public offering

d) a private offering as prescribed by statute

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