Form S-18

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Form S-18

A form the SEC formerly used to register issues of securities with less value, that is, with a value of $7.5 million or less. This form required less information than other security registration forms, but after complaints from some start-ups that it was still too complex, the SEC abolished Form S-18 and replaced it with Form SB-2.

Form S-18

An SEC registration form for use by issuers of securities having a market value of $7.5 million or less.
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The 49-year-old man, whose name was not immediately released, had last been seen with his Rans Stinger S-18 airplane Monday morning at the Brian Ranch Ultralight Airport, a popular landing spot for lightweight aircraft about 20 miles east of Palmdale.
With a tubular frame and its propeller behind the pilot, the Rans S-18 weighs less than 600 pounds empty.
Samples from the lungs, liver, and spleen of five diseased birds (one mallard, S-15; three shovelers, S-16, S-18, and S-19; and one coot, S-17) were submitted to the Animal Health Department at the School of Veterinary Medicine of Madrid for microbiologic analysis.
He noted that a previous bill on the same subject, Bill S-18, had been ruled out of order on February 27, 1991, because the Speaker found it to be a money bill which lacked a royal recommendation.
Past interpretations of rule 81 and what constitutes an "appropriation" have sometimes been quite broad, for instance when Bill S-18 was ruled out of order in February 1991.
Il a rappele qu'un autre projet de loi sur le meme sujet, le S-18, a ete declare irrecevable le 27 fevrier 1991 parce que le President estimait qu'il s'agissait d'une mesure financiere a laquelle manquait la recommandation royale.
Financial statement requirements under regulation S-B are similar to those under the old form S-18 in that the financial statements can be prepared in accordance with generally accepted accounting principles and are not required to comply with regulation S-X, which governs the form and content of financial statements otherwise filed with the SEC.
It is the intention of the company to sell additional stock through a public offering in the first quarter of 1992 through an S-18 registration to raise additional funds.
Form S-18 is applicable to certain smaller offerings.
The S-18 boasts a contrast ratio of 550:1, making it one of the sharpest, most vibrant and graphically pleasing displays available today.