Massachusetts is a “franchise state” pursuant to G.L. c. 138, § 25E and there are approximately 22 other “franchise states” in the United States. In many “franchise states,” written contracts do not allow the parties to contract out of the franchise protections afforded by state statutes.
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However, buying a franchise can limit the way you do business. Franchisors may place restrictions on what you sell, where you operate and how you do business. They may demand a higher percentage of the profits generated by the franchise. They may also make business decisions that have a negative effect on the value of your franchise.
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May 08, 2017 · The law takes effect September 1. The bill passed both houses of the state legislature and was sent to Governor Deal’s desk in March. First introduced in the Georgia Senate in January, it updates state law to allow breweries to sell 3,000 barrels of their beer per year directly to customers.
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It is the applicant’s responsibility to obtain local law enforcement’s approval. This may be done via a letter from the local agency, or the official may sign directly on Form ABC-221. Conditions. The issuance of the license may be subject to conditions relating to the sales, service, and consumption of alcoholic beverages.
Jan 31, 2017 · In Strange Brew, economist Douglas Glen Whitman explains that nearly all states have franchise laws for beer distribution, and about 20 employ such laws for wine and spirits distribution. Although the specifics vary by state, typically, these laws forbid producers from distributing their own product, even to local retailers. Instead, they are ...