|Product Name||Commodity Exchange Act: Regulations & Forms|
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|Long Description||This 2010 Special Edition of the Commodity Exchange Act: Regulations & Forms contains the full text of the Commodity Exchange Act and all amendments as of October 2010, including amendments made by the Dodd-Frank Wall Street Reform and Consumer Protection Act . This book also reproduces the rules, regulations and forms of the Commodity Futures Trading Commission. The source material is compiled from the CCH Commodity Futures Law Reporter . The 2010 Special Edition includes: provisions of the Commodity Exchange Act added, amended or repealed by Title VII of the Dodd-Frank Act requirements for operation, in the ordinary course, of a commodity broker in bankruptcy provisions for regulation of off-exchange retail foreign exchange transactions and intermediaries requirements for foreign futures and options transactions|
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