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A. The developer of a timeshare plan that is the subject of an outstanding timeshare public report shall immediately report to the department relevant details concerning any material change in the timeshare plan itself or in the program for marketing the timeshare interests.
B. On receipt of a written notice of a material change, the commissioner, if the commissioner determines such action to be necessary for the protection of purchasers, may suspend his approval of the sale or lease pending amendment of the public report. For sales made after the material change and pending amendment of the public report, the commissioner may require the developer to fully disclose the change in a prepared supplement to the public report. The supplement shall be delivered with the previously approved public report to all prospective purchasers until the new public report is issued. The commissioner shall not require the developer to deliver the amended public report to or obtain a receipt from prior purchasers unless the commissioner specifically finds that the developer's disclosure of the changes was not an adequate disclosure.