Oregon Franchise Registration Status: Non‐Registration
State Registration Fee: $0.00
Oregon is not a franchise registration state. Under Oregon franchise law if you maintain a current Franchise Disclosure Document (FDD) that has been issued in accordance with the Federal Franchise Rule you are not required to register or file your FDD with the state. Although FDD registration is not required, Oregon has enacted franchise relationship laws that govern the relationship between franchisor and franchisee. The Director of the Department of Consumer and Business Services regulates and enforces Oregon’s franchise laws.
Under the Oregon Trade Regulation and Practices Act (ORS 650.005) a franchise is defined as:
Any contract or agreement, whether oral or written, by which:
Prior to offering or selling a franchise in the State of Oregon, as in all states, you must disclose your FDD not less than 14 days prior to the signing of any agreement or the payment of any funds
Visit our interactive franchise registration map and learn more about state franchise laws, FDD registration states, and required franchise filings.
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