Definition: Disclosure Document - Business Opportunity
Franchisors are available in every industry / sector to work with entrepreneurs (the Franchisee) to help them develop successful business opportunities (franchises). The franchisor typically provides marketing, sales assistance and lends corporate credibility.
Franchising options / services (For Franchisors):
Basic Requirement: Franchisors must furnish potential franchisees with written disclosures providing important information about the franchisor, the franchised business and the franchise relationship, and give them at least ten business days to review it before investing.
Effective Date: The Rule, formally titled "Disclosure Requirements and Prohibitions Concerning Franchising and Business Opportunity Ventures," took effect on October 21, 1979, and appears at 16 C.F.R. Part 436.
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