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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.
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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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