Massachusetts Franchise Bill Proposed Concerning Franchise Terminations: What does S.1843 Mean for Franchisors | Franchise Law Blog

Massachusetts Franchise Bill Proposed Concerning Franchise Terminations: What does S.1843 Mean for Franchisors

Massachusets Franchise Law Proposal Aimed at Franchisee Terminations

Massachusetts bill S. 1843 introduced by Senator Brian A. Joyce on June 2011 is aimed at preventing franchisors from terminating franchisees without cause and from dealing with franchisees in less than good faith. 

If passed‚ Massachusetts bill S.1843 would require that franchisors abide by the proposed law in an attempt for the state to protect franchisees which would have the following terms according to the details of the bill:

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Date: 04/04/2012 | Category: Start a Franchise

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