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All brokerage firms, brokers and investment advisers who conduct business in Kansas must register with the Office of the Kansas Securities Commissioner, unless they meet conditions for an exemption. There are few specific lawful exemptions. Any unlicensed non-exempt activity is a violation of the Kansas Uniform Securities Act.
Securities offered for sale in Kansas must be registered with the Office of the Kansas Securities Commissioner,unless exempt. It is a violation of the law to sell unregistered non-exempt securities in Kansas.
Brokers must recommend what is suitable for their clients whereas investment advisers, as fiduciaries, must recommend what is best for the clients. They base this decision on your financial situation and investment goals.
A broker may not conduct excessive trading of an investor's account. This is an illegal practice. A broker would do it to generate commissions.
The law requires brokers to promptly execute investor orders.
Failure to Deliver
When an investor requests it, a broker or investment adviser must deliver securities. This must be done within a reasonable period of time.
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