Use of in-state address
(1) A person may not use an address in this state, including a return address, in a solicitation, or in written material issued in connection with a solicitation, made on behalf of a nonprofit organization unless:
(a) The nonprofit organization actually maintains and staffs an office in this state; or
(b) The solicitation, or written material issued in connection with a solicitation, discloses:
(A) The address of the actual headquarters of the nonprofit organization; and
(B) That the address in this state is a mail drop or that the address in this state is solely the address of a mail handling facility.
(2) If the disclosures described in subsection (1) of this section are required in a written solicitation, or in written material issued in connection with a solicitation, the disclosures shall be printed immediately proximate to the address in this state and in a location and typeface no less prominent than the address in this state. [2003 c.40 §2]
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