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If your travel agency wins a judgment against a client or other party for money owed, the court will record that fact on the court's records. Now the question is: will the defendant pay the judgment, ...

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 rebating of domestic air fares became legal in 1981. Agents, however, must follow the policies of their principals, the airlines, when selling their tickets. Airlines are the "policemen" of their ...

The following grid lists states that regulate travel sales and/or travel sellers and the government office responsible for enforcement of the regulation. ...

For Use by All Sellers of Travel Revised As of January 1, 1999Based on the California Seller of Travel Law ...

This claim form is for the purpose of making a claim for payment from the Travel Consumer Restitution Fund. It is the form you need in order to request payment from the restitution fund for transporta ...

This page will help the home-based travel agent determine their technology needs. ...

While the Internet may seem like a place without rules and boundaries, that is not the case; the law that applies offline also applies online. This section is intended as an introduction to some of th ...

ARC coordinates three functions that add considerable efficiency to the way airlines and travel agents do business. ...

ARC requires that you have at least one full-time employee Manager-Qualifier, that meets the following requirements: ...

If you are applying as a full-service travel agency, you must be "freely accessible" to the public. For example, you can be located on the premises of a corporate client or government base, as long as ...

If you are applying as a full-service travel agency, you must be "freely accessible" to the public. For example, you can be located on the premises of a corporate client or government base, as long as ...

ARC-appointed agencies can satisfy IATAN's financial requirements simply by submitting a copy of their ARC bond or letter of credit. If you are not appointed by ARC, you must give IATAN a financial st ...

ARC requires all ARC-listed travel agents to maintain a bond or irrevocable letter of credit (LOC) in favor of ARC. The ARC bond is a performance or financial guaranty type of bond. The LOC is a guara ...

To assist agents in the surety selection process, the Airlines Reporting Corporation (ARC) has provided a list of bond brokers. This list is provided as an informational source only. Agents are not ob ...

The Travel Agent Arbiter Program is headquartered at 1952 Gallows Road, Suite 302, Vienna, VA 22182. The Arbiter's office has complete indexes of all its decisions. The cases summarized here are those ...

The Travel Agent Arbiter Program is headquartered at 1952 Gallows Road, Suite 302, Vienna, VA 22182. The Arbiter's office has complete indexes of all its decisions. The cases summarized here are those ...

The purpose of this chapter is to explain certain provisions of the Agent Reporting Agreement, the meaning of which has resulted in confusion among travel agents. This page also contains a summary of ...

As in any industry, travel industry suppliers may experience financial problems. This chapter will summarize the bankruptcy legal process and provide suggestions on how agencies can protect their cust ...

The hardest decision you will make in picking a computer for your home-office is the choice between a laptop and a desktop. You may also want to consider both. If you only want one computer and desire ...

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