Registering Your FDD in the State of Texas
For those franchisors looking to offer or sell a franchise in the State of Texas‚ you must be aware that although Texas is “not a franchise registration state”‚ Texas‚ nevertheless‚ regulates and requires the registration of “Business Opportunities. Franchises fall within Texas’ definition of a “business opportunity” but franchisors are offered registration exemptions. So‚ prior to offering or selling a franchise in the State of Texas‚ in addition to satisfying the Federal Franchise Rule‚ you must file a Business Opportunity Exemption Notice.
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If you are a franchisor or are looking to establish a franchise in the State of Texas and through the United States‚ contact us at 800. 976. 4904 to learn more about the franchise compliance and registration programs we provide. To learn more about franchising and franchising compliance read The Ultimate Guide to Franchising Your Business.
By Charles Internicola June 22, 2012
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