In September 2016, Governor Jerry Brown signed into law Assembly Bill 2106, which makes several changes to California’s seller of travel law - effective January 1, 2017. In an effort to help you comply with the new law, ASTA updated its California Seller of Travel Fact Sheet.
The two main changes AB2016 made to the law are:
As a reminder, in the eyes of the State of California, unless exempt, you must register as a seller of travel if you “sell, provide, furnish, contract for, arrange, or advertise” to Californians, regardless of where you are located.
The updated fact sheet is here: California Seller of Travel Law Fact Sheet
Questions: Contact Peter Lobasso, ASTA's General Counsel, firstname.lastname@example.org
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