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RULE 210. DEFICIENCIES, INACCURACIES AND CHANGES TO APPLICATION INFORMATION MUST BE REPORTED.
[Adopted effective April 4, 1988. Effective dates of amendments: January 1, 1990; January 22, 1993; September 21, 1993; May 31, 2002; September 30, 2010; and July 18, 2012.]
(a) Each applicant or registrant as an FCM, RFED, SD, MSP, IB, CPO, CTA, LTM, FB or FT must promptly correct any deficiency or inaccuracy in a Form 7-R or Form 8-R which no longer renders accurate the information contained therein. Each such correction must be made on a Form 3-R and must be completed and filed in accordance with all pertinent instructions. Except when changing to or from a sole proprietorship, an applicant or registrant may file a Form 3-R for purposes of reporting a change in its form of organization. If a Form 3-R is filed to report a change in the applicant's or registrant's form of organization, the newly formed organization will be liable for all obligations of the pre-existing organization which arose out of the Act or the Regulations thereunder. A registrant or applicant that is changing form of organization to or from a sole proprietorship must file a Form 7-R for the newly formed organization and a Form 7-W for the pre-existing organization.
(b) Each applicant or registrant as an AP and each principal of an applicant or registrant must promptly correct any deficiency or inaccuracy in the Form 8-R which no longer renders current and accurate the information contained therein. Each AP applicant or registrant and each principal must promptly notify his sponsor of any deficiency or inaccuracy and the information necessary to correct it. Each applicant or registrant must promptly correct any deficiency or inaccuracy in its APs' or principals' registration information of which it is or should be aware. Each such correction must be made on a Form 3-R, completed and filed in accordance with all pertinent instructions.