§ 7-11-806. Repeal and saving provisions.
(a) Law repealed by this chapter exclusively governs a suit, action, prosecution, or proceeding that is pending or may be initiated on the basis of facts or circumstances occurring before July 12, 1990, but no civil suit or action may be maintained to enforce any liability under the law repealed by this chapter unless brought within the earlier of the period of limitation that applied when the claim for relief accrued or two (2) years after July 12, 1990.
(b) All effective registrations under the law repealed by this chapter, all administrative orders relating to those registrations, and all conditions imposed upon those registrations remain in effect for as long as they would have remained in effect if this chapter had not been enacted. They are considered to have been filed, issued, or imposed under this chapter, but are governed by the law repealed by this chapter.
(c) The law repealed by this chapter applies to an offer to sell or sale made within one year after July 12, 1990 pursuant to an offering begun in good faith before July 12, 1990 on the basis of an exemption available under the law repealed by this chapter.
(d) Judicial review of all administrative orders as to which review proceedings have not been instituted before July 12, 1990 are governed by the state administrative procedures act but no review proceeding may be instituted unless the petition for review is filed within the earlier of the period of limitation that applied to a review proceeding when the order was entered or sixty (60) days after July 12, 1990.
(P.L. 1990, ch. 460, § 2.)