(a)Transfer of Pool Certificates. A Pool Certificate is transferable. A transfer of a Pool Certificate must comply with Article 8 of the Uniform Commercial Code of the State of New York. The seller may use any form of assignment acceptable to SBA and the CSA. The CSA may refuse to issue a Pool Certificate until it is satisfied that the documents of transfer are complete.
(b)Transfer on CSA records. In order for the transfer of a Pool Certificate to be effective, the CSA must reflect the transfer on its records.
(c)Contents of letter of transmittal for Pool Certificate. A letter of transmittal must accompany each Pool Certificate which a Pool Investor submits to the CSA for transfer. The Pool Investor must supply the following information in the letter:
(1) Pool number;
(2) Pool Certificate number;
(3) Name of purchaser of Pool Certificate;
(4) Address and tax identification number of the purchaser;
(5) Name, e-mail address and telephone number of the person handling or facilitating the transfer; and
(6) Instructions for the delivery of the new Pool Certificate.
(d)CSA transfer cost recovery. At the same time a Pool Investor submits a letter of transmittal for a Pool Certificate pursuant to this section, it must send to the CSA sufficient funds to cover its cost for this service. The CSA will supply the transfer information to the Pool Investor.
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