What is FTC Rule 436?
FTC Rule 436 was established in 1979 by the Federal Trade Commission to regulate the franchise industry by requiring disclosure requirements to be set forth by franchisor prior to offering or selling a franchise. This franchise rule also also prohibits franchisors from making certain earnings claims.
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