Nevada Franchise Law
Nevada does not have franchise specific laws, is not a franchise registration state, and does not require any state specific franchise registration or filings. However, the Federal Franchise Rule applies to franchise sales in every state, including Nevada, and requires that before offering or selling a franchise in the state that you disclose prospective Nevada franchisees with your FDD 14 days before signing any agreement or receiving any fees. Your FDD must be current and properly issued, and properly disclosed.
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FDD and Franchise Sales Compliance
Before offering or selling a franchise in Nevada, you need to properly prepare and issue your Franchise Disclosure Document (FDD). Your FDD must contain the 23 mandated disclosure sections, called items, required under the Federal Franchise Rule. Your FDD must also include financial statements, even if your franchise company is new and that you are new to franchising. Learn more about FDD disclosure requirements and financial statements required in your FDD.
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