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Alabama Code Title 40. Revenue and Taxation § 40-14B-7

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(a) A certified capital company may, before making an investment in a business, request from the Alabama Development Office a written opinion as to whether the business in which it proposes to invest is a qualified technology business.

(b) The Alabama Development Office shall, not later than the 15th business day after the date of the receipt of a request under subsection (a), determine whether the business meets the definition of a qualified technology business, and notify the certified capital company of the determination and an explanation of its determination or notify the certified capital company that an additional 15 days will be needed to review and make the determination.

(c) If the Alabama Development Office fails to notify the certified capital company with respect to the proposed investment within the period specified by subsection (b), the business in which the company proposes to invest is considered to be a qualified technology business.

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