Connecticut v. Bull Investment Group , 32 Conn.Supp. 279, 351 A.2d 879 (1974)

Connecticut v. Bull Investment Group

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The Superior Court was asked to decide if the sales of a coupon book distributorship, which authorized the sale of similar distributorships to others, violated Connecticut statutes prohibiting the sale of rights or privileges with payment to the purchaser upon the procurement of additional customers by the purchaser.

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Reference Info:State, 2nd Circuit, Connecticut | United States


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