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Most franchise experts recommend that the FDD be examined carefully by (Points : 4) a.regulators that specialize in such documents. b. a franchise attorney and an accountant. c.
everyone associated with the potential startup. d. suppliers that may be used if the startup is successful.
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User: Most franchise experts recommend that the FDD be examined carefully by (Points : 4) a.regulators that specialize in such documents. b. a franchise attorney and an accountant. c. everyone associated with the potential startup. d. suppliers that may be used if the startup is successful.

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