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The
Investment Company Act of 1940





Section 59 -- Incorporation of Title Provisions


Notwithstanding the exemption set forth in section 6(f) [15 USCS § 80a-6(f)], sections 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 9, 10(f), 15(a), (c), and (f), 16(b), 17(f) through (j), 19(a), 20(b), 32(a) and (c), 33 through 47, and 49 through 53 of this title [15 USCS § § 80a-1-80a-6, 80a-9, 80a-10(f), 80a-15(a), (c), (f), 80a-16(b), 80a-17(f)-(j), 80a-19(a), 80a-20(b), 80a-31(a), (c), 80a-32-80a-46, 80a-48-80a-52] shall apply to a business development company to the same extent as if it were a registered closed-end investment company.


Legislative History


Aug. 22, 1940, ch 686, Title I, § 59, as added Oct. 21, 1980, P.L. 96-477, Title I, § 105 in part, 94 Stat. 2285.


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