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New Hampshire Passes Law Regarding Franchisors, Franchisees, and Employees

Amended Law Currently in Effect

Under an amended law in New Hampshire, a franchisor is only an employer if the franchisor agrees in writing to assume the role of employer (or co-employer) of a franchisee or its employee.

For the purposes of the amended law, the terms "franchisee" and "franchisor" have the same meanings as defined under federal law.

The amended law is currently in effect. Click here to read the text of the law.


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