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Registrant’s of class A common stock are not listed on a national securities exchange or traded in an organized over-the-counter market, but each share of the registrant’s class A common stock is convertible into one share of the registrant’s class B common stock.

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Registrant's of class A common stock are not listed on a national securities exchange or traded in an organized over-the-counter market, but each share of the registrant's class A common stock is convertible into one share of the registrant's class B common stock.
asked Sep 03 '13 at 21:50 doloresmagana New member

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Registrant's (first) does not need an apostrophe.

 

Consider your sentence:

"Registrants (p-phrase omitted) are not listed on the exchange or traded on..."

I am pretty sure you don't mean to say that the Registrants are traded on the securities exchange, do you?

Rephrase for coherency.  I wont bother to tell you how since you clearly know how to write well.

 

PLEASE NOTE:

Your second and third "Registrant's" are properly singular and possessive.  It is only your first Registrants that is plural non-possessive.

link comment edited Sep 04 '13 at 01:15 Aaron Prejean Expert

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