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Travel agencies are not, in the major part of what they do, retailers or principals in their own right who sell their own services. They are "agents" who sell to the public the transportation or accom ...

The threshold question that must be resolved is in what functional category do travel advisors belong for purposed of legal analysis. Here, the courts have differed. Several courts have concluded that ...

Since the majority of airline commissions were eliminated several years ago, travel agencies have had to adjust their business plans in order to recoup the loss of revenue. ...

In real estate law, it is a basic principle that a broker is entitled to his commission if he has procured a customer, ready, willing, and able to buy on terms prescribed or agreed upon by the seller. ...

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 ...

A sample commission agreement between travel suppliers and travel agencies ...

The antitrust laws are examples of very fundamental policies of American society. To understand how they work, it is helpful to focus on the purposes of these laws. ...

The following text is from the Jan. 8, 2005 conference call regarding CRS deregulation for ASTA Members. ...

Lawyers are regulated by the courts of the state in which they practice. They are subject to a strict code of professional conduct and can be severely disciplined for violating it, including loss of t ...

During its 56 year history, the Civil Aeronautics Board issued many orders affecting travel advisors. Most of those decisions are of historical interest only, since their effect had been fully achieve ...

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ASTA Headquarters

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