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California Code, Business and Professions Code - BPC § 17511.2

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As used in this article, the following terms have the following meanings:

(a)??Department? means the Department of Justice.

(b)??Item? means any goods and services, and includes coupon books which are to be used with businesses other than the seller's business.

(c)??Owner? means a person who owns or controls 10 percent or more of the equity of, or otherwise has claim to 10 percent or more of the net income of, a telephonic seller.

(d)??Person? includes an individual, firm, association, corporation, partnership, joint venture, or any other business entity.

(e)??Principal? means an owner, an executive officer of a corporation, a general partner of a partnership, a sole proprietor of a sole proprietorship, a trustee of a trust, or any other individual with similar supervisory functions with respect to any person.

(f)??Purchaser? or ?prospective purchaser? means a person who is solicited to become or does become obligated to a telephonic seller.

(g)??Salesperson? means any individual employed, appointed or authorized by a telephonic seller, whether referred to by the telephonic seller as an agent, representative, or independent contractor, who attempts to solicit or solicits a sale on behalf of the telephonic seller. ?The principals of a seller are themselves salespersons if they solicit sales on behalf of the telephonic seller.

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