Article 441-3 into force since
- Version into force since
The documents cited in Articles L. 551-3 and R. 551-1 of the Monetary and Financial Code shall be complete and comprehensible, and the information they contain must be consistent. They shall include all of the information investors would need to make an investment decision.
The documents to be submitted to the AMF shall notably be accompanied by the following items:
A report written by an independent expert recognised as such in the market in question and with adequate professional credentials to effectively perform its appraisal function. In this report, the expert must:
a) Attest to the existence of the properties being marketed or the properties in respect of which the titles are offered for sale;
b) Give an opinion on the liquidity of the property titles;
c) Give an opinion on the appraisal cited in point 3° of paragraph I of Article 441-2 and the appraisal procedure cited in point 2° of paragraph II of the same article;
Proof of compliance with the requirements set forth in Articles 441-1 and 441-2;
Drafts of all marketing materials, regardless of format, cited in paragraph III of Article L. 551-1 of the Monetary and Financial Code.
A new information document shall be submitted to the AMF whenever there is a material change in the conditions under which the properties are managed or commitments are carried out, pursuant to paragraph 7 of Article L. 551-3 of the Monetary and Financial Code.
Minor changes do not require a new information document, but the AMF shall be given advance notice of them.
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