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Yes, this is certainly legal. It's a modification to an existing work, and as such would be a second sale, covered under the second sale doctrine. Assuming that the sales of the original wigs were legal, and you didn't add anything illegal (illegal chemicals, etc...) to the wigs, then it would still be legal to do.
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Sorry for that. An answer for another customer got posted here due to some site hiccup.
Different contributor here. Not sure what happened to the other contributor. Anyway, the answer you have asked is that CoreHealth.org AUIC insurance is not intended to help members or their employers comply with the provisions of the Affordable Care Act commonly known as the "individual mandate" and does not offer the provisions known as "minimum essential coverage" and will not satisfy the individual responsibility requirements of section 5000A of the Internal Revenue Code.
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Errata: CoreHealth.org should read corehealthinsurance.net
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