When franchise sale or offer for sale is made in this state
(1) A sale or offer to sell a franchise is made in this state when an offer to sell is made in this state, or an offer to buy is accepted in this state, or, if the franchisee is domiciled in this state, the franchised business is or will be operated in this state.
(2) An offer to sell a franchise is made in this state when the offer either originates from this state or is directed by the offeror to this state and received at the place to which it is directed. An offer to sell is accepted in this state when acceptance is communicated to the offeror in this state. Acceptance is communicated to the offeror in this state when the offeree directs it to the offeror in this state reasonably believing the offeror to be in this state and it is received at the place to which it is directed.
(3) An offer to sell a franchise is not made in this state merely because:
(a) The publisher circulates or there is circulated on behalf of the publisher in this state any bona fide newspaper or other publication of general, regular and paid circulation outside this state during the past 12 months; or
(b) A radio or television program originating outside this state is received in this state. [1973 c.509 §2]
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