this is a legal question so no guessing please reply only if you know for sure

United States
May 17, 2007 7:37am CST
ok let me start out that ive been working at this restaurant for 6 years. the owner sold it about 6mths ago. Do the new owners have to oblagate any of the previous ownwers agreements. for example theres this diner club coupon(good till dec31 2007)its a buy one dinner get one free up to seven dollars.its non transferable as explained on the coupon not that it has anything to do with this.also these coupons were in a fun raiser booklet for a school.other reastaurants in other towns are voiding them because they printed more booklets than agreed apon.
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@peaceful (3301)
• United States
17 May 07
In my state there is no obligation for a new owner to abide by the business operations or merchantile practices of the previous owner... nor be held accountable for errors, infractions and broken agreements, ect. Here's a resource that you might want to have: http://www.answers.com/