- Alaska Statutes.
- Title 45. Trade and Commerce
- Chapter 66. Sale of Business Opportunities
- Section 130. Cancellation of Contract.
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AS 45.66.130. Cancellation of Contract.
- (a) A buyer may cancel a contract for any reason if the buyer gives notice of the cancellation to the seller within 30
days after signing the contract.
- (b) In addition to the right to cancel under (a) of this section, a buyer may cancel the contract at any time if the
- (1) failed to comply with AS 45.66.080
- (2) used untrue, misleading, incomplete, or deceptive statements in any aspect of advertising, promoting, selling, or
offering to sell a business opportunity;
- (3) fails, within 30 days after the delivery date specified in the contract, to deliver the products, equipment, supplies,
or services required under the contract to begin substantial operation of the business to be started under the
- (4) fails to provide a location for the business to be started under the contract if the contract requires the seller to
provide a location.
- (c) If provided by mail, the buyer's notice of cancellation is effective when it is deposited in the mail properly
addressed to the seller with postage prepaid.
- (d) The notice of cancellation is not required to have a particular form. The notice is sufficient if it indicates in
writing the intention of the buyer not to be bound by the contract.
- (e) Within 15 days after the date the buyer gives a notice of cancellation under this section, the seller shall refund to
the buyer any payments, including payments for shipping costs, made by the buyer and terminate all financial
obligations of the buyer under the contract. Within five days after receiving the refund, the buyer shall make
available to the seller, at a reasonable time and place, any products, equipment, or supplies delivered by the seller.
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