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Texas Health Spa Act requires that the owners/operators of a health spa (fitness and/or exercise facility) must retain a license from the Secretary of State. There must be full disclosure under the law and certain wording in their 'contract' as to 3-day cancellation rule and what the member should do if the spa closes, goes out of business or does not open by stated time.

The spa is required to receive a permit which, if they are pre-selling memberships, would require they set up an escrow account for refunding in case they do not open.

See Texas Health Spa Act Section 702.311

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