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New Jersey Administrative Law: NJ Bureau of Securities

Guide to administrative law research for New Jersey


The Bureau of Securities is a unit within the Office of Attorney General's, Division of Consumer Affairs, that regulates the state's securities industry and combats investment fraud.

The Bureau posts orders and filed complaints at its website.

Lexis' database for Bureau decisions is its "NJ Department of Law and Public Safety, Bureau of Securities" database.  This has the Bureau's "interpretive and commissioner's opinions" from 1985 to the present.

Westlaw's database for Bureau decisions is its "New Jersey Blue Sky Administrative Decisions" database.  This has Bureau "no-action letters and administrative orders" from 1991 to the present.