2010 Georgia Code 10-5a-4 Case Law

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§ 10-5A-4 - Exempt transactions and contracts; rules and regulations

O.C.G.A. 10-5A-4 (2010)
10-5A-4. Exempt transactions and contracts; rules and regulations

(a) The prohibitions in Code Section 10-5A-2 shall not apply to the following:

(1) An account, agreement, or transaction within the exclusive jurisdiction of the Commodity Futures Trading Commission as granted under the Commodity Exchange Act;

(2) A commodity contract or the purchase of one or more precious metals which requires, and under which the purchaser receives within seven calendar days from the date of payment in good funds of any portion of the purchase price, physical delivery of the quantity of the precious metals purchased by such payment, provided that, for purposes of this paragraph, physical delivery shall be deemed to have occurred if, within such seven-day period, such quantity of precious metals purchased by such payment is delivered (whether in specifically segregated or fungible bulk form) into the possession of a depository (other than the seller) which is either (A) a financial institution, (B) a depository the warehouse receipts of which are recognized for delivery purposes for any commodity on a contract market designated by the Commodity Futures Trading Commission, (C) a storage facility licensed or regulated by the United States or any agency thereof, or (D) a depository designated by the Commissioner, and such depository (or other person which itself qualifies as a depository) issues and the purchaser receives a certificate, document of title, confirmation, or other instrument evidencing that such quantity of precious metals has been delivered to the depository and is being and will continue to be held by the depository on the purchaser's behalf, free and clear of all liens and encumbrances, other than liens of the purchaser, tax liens, liens agreed to by the purchaser, or liens of the depository for fees and expenses, which have previously been disclosed to the purchaser;

(3) A commodity contract solely between persons engaged in producing, processing, using commercially, or handling as merchants each commodity subject thereto or any by-product thereof; or

(4) A commodity contract under which the offeree or the purchaser is a person referred to in Code Section 10-5A-3, an insurance company, or an investment company as defined in the Investment Company Act of 1940.

(b) The Commissioner may issue rules, regulations, or orders prescribing the terms and conditions of all transactions and contracts covered by the provisions of this chapter which are not within the exclusive jurisdiction of the Commodity Futures Trading Commission as granted by the Commodity Exchange Act, exempting any person or transaction from any provision of this chapter conditionally or unconditionally, and otherwise implementing the provisions of this chapter for the protection of purchasers and sellers of commodities.

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