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Revised Ohio Business Opportunity Law Empowers Franchisees
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A report in BlueMauMau details the newly revised Ohio Business Opportunity Law which protects the state's franchisees' right to sue a franchisor for false or untimely disclosure. The law also states that disputes between franchisors and franchisees come under Ohio laws, even if a franchisor requires an in-state franchisee to sign a franchise agreement that mandates that a franchisor's out-of-state laws supersede those of all other states.  Although Ohio does not require the registration of disclosure documents by franchisors, franchisees can sue a franchisor for errors in the Franchise Disclosure Document, excluding typographical errors. Click here to read the entire article.


Posted on February 18, 2013 at 11:17 AM
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