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The foregoing principles are not limited to cases of agency involving only the sale of real estate. In the case of a contest over the right to commissions on the sale of insurance policies, a court ha ...

Trip cancellation coverage is generally considered to be a "named peril" type policy, meaning that only those perils that are named in the policy are covered. ...

ASTA and the United States Travel Insurance Association (USTIA) are working together to advocate that the insurance commissioners change the costly and fragmented regulatory compliance regimes that so ...

In recent months, federal and state lawmakers have stepped up efforts to significantly raise the stakes on businesses that misclassify their workers as independent advisors. The ramped-up pressure on ...

It is not possible to develop a list of insurance policies that are needed by every travel advisor without carefully analyzing the specific needs of each. For example, some agencies rent office space ...

Fortunately, relatively few travel advisors experience a fire, flood or other natural disaster in their office. For the few that do fall victim to such unfortunate occurrences, the results can be deva ...

What Travel Agencies need to know about the Red Flags Rule. This document covers information on what you need to have in place ... regarding identity theft. ...

Reviewing the 3 benefits of offering travel insurance - customer protection, agency protection and increased revenue - this guide summarizes the major types of travel insurance coverage as well as lim ...

There is, of course, a natural tension between the travel advisor's role as travel promoter and salesperson, on the one hand, and the advisor's need to protect himself from litigation by unsatisfied c ...

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ASTA Headquarters

American Society of Travel Advisors
675 N Washington St, Ste 490
Alexandria, VA 22314 U.S.A.