March 6, 2019

South Dakota Amends Door-to-Door Sales Requirements

On February 5, 2019, South Dakota approved Senate Bill 20, which amends South Dakota's requirements for providing a "Notice of Cancellation" in connection with door-to-door sales. Senate Bill 20 updates the statutorily-required "Notice of Cancellation" to replace the reference to telegram with a reference to an electronic notice. The Bill also amends the definition of "business day," for purposes of the door-to-door sales cancellation requirements, to delete Washington's Birthday and Pioneers' Day and add Martin Luther King Day, Presidents' Day, and Native American Day. The amendments take effect July 1, 2019.

Senate Bill 20

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