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janice shell Member Level  Saturday, 01/12/19 04:49:29 PM
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DSR filed a form 10-12G on Friday. If the SEC doesnt respond in 60 days does that make the automatically qualified?

Yes. No matter what happens next, the Form 10 will become effective after 60 days, unless it's withdrawn. But the company will almost certainly hear from the SEC anyway. In that time, somebody from Corp Fin will read the filing and prepare a comment letter with questions and instructions for changes that need to be made. The company will then file an amendment. There might even be time for a second comment letter, followed by a second amendment.

If the filing raises more questions than can be addressed in that time frame, Corp Fin will suggest that the company withdraw the Form 10 and try again later, when it's better prepared. Some choose to withdraw the Form 10 and later file an S-1, which has an open-ended comment period.

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