Wash. Admin. Code § 308-127-110 - Disclosure documents - Projects already registered in foreign jurisdictions

(1) Whenever a timeshare project is sited in a foreign jurisdiction and there has been a prior registration in that jurisdiction under an enactment specifically addressing the regulation of timeshares, the director may accept in whole or in part the disclosure statement of such foreign jurisdiction for purposes of satisfying the disclosure requirements of the Timeshare Act.
(2) Promoters who wish to utilize a disclosure document accepted by a foreign jurisdiction shall forward a copy of the disclosure document to the agency along with the state of Washington registration forms, documents and filing fee ordinarily required of promoters.
(3) If a foreign jurisdiction's disclosure document is incorporated by reference into the state of Washington public offering statement, the state of Washington registration is deficient and void at the moment the registration in the foreign jurisdiction expires, or, if for any reason, the disclosure statement in that jurisdiction is or becomes deficient.


Wash. Admin. Code § 308-127-110

Statutory Authority: RCW 43.24.086. 90-07-023, § 308-127-110, filed 3/14/90, effective 4/14/90. Statutory Authority: 1983 1st ex.s. c 22 §§ 7 and 26. 83-24-057 (Order 733 DOL), § 308-127-110, filed 12/6/83.

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