Motor Vehicles-Utah

Senate Bill No. 68 amends Utah’s motor vehicle dealer law to prohibit a franchisor from: 1) coercing or requiring a franchisee to establish prices at which the franchisee is required to sell certain products or services; 2) coercing or requiring a franchisee to construct a new dealer facility or materially alter or remodel an existing dealer facility under certain circumstances; 3) requiring a franchisee to purchase certain goods or services from a specified vendor under certain circumstances; and 4) coercing or requiring a franchisee to lease a sign or other franchisor image element from the franchisor or affiliate without providing the franchisee the right to purchase from a vendor of the franchisee’s choosing. The new law became effective May 8, 2012. Click here for the full text of the bill.

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