Indiana is the latest franchise registration state to address the COVID-19 crisis.
The New York Attorney General Office’s Department of Law (the “Department”) is the latest of the franchise registration states to announce an extension to franchise registration renewal deadlines in response to the public health emergency created by the coronavirus.
The California Commissioner of Business Oversight (the “Commissioner”) has issued guidance to franchise companies regarding the Department of Business Oversight’s (“DBO”) handling of annual franchise renewal filings.
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In the latest response to the COVID-19 health crisis, Maryland is encouraging franchisors to reduce the paper they use in their annual registration filings.
Following the example set earlier this week by Maryland, Virginia has announced that it is extending the renewal periods for franchisors registered in the state by a period of twenty-one days.