SEC No-Action Letter Request

21 Pages Posted: 24 Dec 2019 Last revised: 26 Sep 2021

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Brian L. Frye

University of Kentucky - College of Law

Date Written: December 10, 2019


This article is a work of conceptual art in the form of a law review article. It argues that the sale of conceptual art violates the Securities Act of 1933. And it proposes to prove itself by requesting an SEC no-action letter holding that the sale of a work of conceptual art titled "SEC No-Action Letter Request" does not violate the securities laws.

Keywords: art, copyright, securities laws, securities act of 1933

Suggested Citation

Frye, Brian L., SEC No-Action Letter Request (December 10, 2019). 54 Creighton Law Review 537 (2021), Available at SSRN: or

Brian L. Frye (Contact Author)

University of Kentucky - College of Law ( email )

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