What Franchisor Affiliates Must be Disclosed in a FDD?
For both start-up and established franchisors the disclosures contained in your Franchise Disclosure Document ("FDD") apply not only to the primary corporate entity that serves as the franchisor but also "affiliated" entities. One example of an "affiliated entity" includes corporate entities that share common ownership with the franchisor. For additional information, see "What is an Affiliate under the Federal Franchise Rule?"
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