HOUSTON, April 15, 2011 /PRNewswire/ -- Invesco Advisers, Inc. announced that the Board of Trustees of Invesco Quality Municipal Income Trust (NYSE: IQI) (the "Fund") has received a demand letter from a law firm on behalf of a common shareholder of the Fund.
The letter alleges that the Fund's adviser and certain trustees and officers breached fiduciary duties owed to the Fund's common shareholders related to the Fund's redemption of auction rate preferred shares ("ARPS"). The letter states that the shareholder will file a complaint on behalf of the Fund if the trustees do not take certain actions within 60 days.
The Board of Trustees of the Fund will conduct an inquiry regarding the allegations contained in the demand letter.
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