Rule 209

Rule 209

A rule on the New York Stock Exchange requiring signatures on a registration statement to be guaranteed by a bank, trust company, or member of the Exchange.

Rule 209

A New York Stock Exchange rule that requires all signatures on a security certificate to be guaranteed by a bank, trust company, or exchange member when the certificate is presented for registration.
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The assembly rules on point of order are clear, as rule 209 clearly states - (1) A point of order shall relate to the interpretation or enforcement of these rules or such Articles of the Constitution as regulate the business of the assembly and shall raise a question which is within the cognisance of the Speaker.
First, the court can order the production of the relevant information, such as an income tax return, under Rule 209 of the Alberta Rules of Court, which provides in part that, "When a document is in possession of a third person not a party to the action and it is alleged that any party has reason to believe that the document relates to the matters in issue, and the person in whose possession it is might be compelled to produce it at trial, the court may on the application of any party direct the production of the documents.