WASHINGTON - Federal regulatory officials are concerned that some of the new advance refunding techniques designed to make refundings feasible in the current market may violate Treasury Department regulations.

They say that deals employing these techniques may run afoul of tax rules because they involve an arbitrage play and result in more bonds being issued than necessary or bonds being left outstanding longer.

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