TO STUDY THE ADEQUACY OF CURRENT CONSUMER PROTECTIONS FOR BUSINESS OPPORTUNITY AND FRANCHISE SALES.
Authorizes the Legislative Research Commission (Commission) to conduct a study as title indicates. Permits the Commission to consider proposed reforms in House Bill 2036 of the 2010 Session of the General Assembly, titled the NC Franchisee Protection Act.
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