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CHARLOTTESVILLE, VA-A shudder ran through the mortgage REIT community when the Securities and Exchange Commission voted to move forward with a concept release on the interpretative issues related to status under the Investment Company Act of 1940. To be sure, the SEC is in the beginning stages of its review and there are any number of paths it could take, from an interpretative release or new rulemaking, to a confirmation of the status quo. If it opts for the former, however, it could have a significant impact on the way mortgage REITs operate.

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