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David J. Kaufmann David J. Kaufmann

Forty years ago this month the New York Franchise Act, General Business Law of New York, Article 33, §§680, was enacted into law by the Legislature and it is safe to say that the statute achieved its intended purpose—the eradication of massive fraud and criminality that had permeated the then-nascent franchise arena.

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