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Texas Health Spa Act Security Requirements For Gyms And Martial Arts Studios

By September 21, 2018June 9th, 2020Business Contracts, Business Lawyer

Texas Health Spa Act Security Requirements For Gyms And Martial Arts StudiosMany Texas gyms and martial arts studios post security with the Secretary of State’s Office because of the Texas Health Spa Act.

A popular form of security because of cost is a surety bond. The amount of the bond will range between $20,000 and $50,000. The number depends upon the membership prepayments collected.

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Or the owner can provide a certificate of deposit (CD) instead.

Of course, there are exceptions under the Act to the security rule.

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* We do not represent individual members in disputes because we focus on protecting owners of Texas martial arts studios and gyms.


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