reasonable request

Under the Federal Trade Commission Rule, franchisors and their sales representatives are required to provide the Franchise Disclosure Document to a prospective franchisee upon ‘reasonable request’. When the FTC issued the amended FTC Rule in 2007, the agency declined to provide a specific definition for the term ‘reasonable request,’ noting instead that “determinations about ‘reasonableness’ can be made only on a case-by-case basis.”

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