NABL to Discuss Review of Model Bond Opinion With Wary Industry Groups

Hume, Lynn
March 2001
Bond Buyer;03/15/2001, Vol. 335 Issue 31097, p6
Trade Publication
Reports that the National Association of Bond Lawyers is planning to meet with representatives of key market groups to discuss their efforts to review and possibly revise the model tax-exempt bond opinion for municipal bond offerings in the United States. List of key market groups invited to meet with the organization; Concerns of bond lawyers over the matter at issue.


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