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Synonyms for franchise

an authorization to sell a company's goods or services in a particular place

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a business established or operated under an authorization to sell or distribute a company's goods or services in a particular area

a statutory right or privilege granted to a person or group by a government (especially the rights of citizenship and the right to vote)

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In the latter case, however, a finding of "no interference" will require that the personal characteristics of the franchisee had been recognized in the franchise agreement as being determinative of the will of the franchisor to enter into the contract (a sort of inducement requirement).
specific requirements that any franchise agreement must contain, which relate to: the geographical zone and location of the franchise, which does not mean that franchisors should be obliged to grant exclusive territories or areas;
Many international franchise agreements contain buy back rights, or provisions for assignment of unit franchise agreements, and perhaps real estate rights, upon termination of the franchisee.
Kumon committed to an overhaul of the franchise agreement in March 2000.
Drysdale we have developed a UFOC and Franchise agreement that protects both the Franchisee and Orbit Drop Corporate," said Dain Turner, Executive Vice President of Franchising.
AMEX: TAG), a full service outsourced trim management department for manufacturers of fashion apparel, today announced that its Talon Division has signed its first franchise agreement with a customer in Central Asia to distribute Talon Zippers throughout that region.
We anticipate having 50 franchise agreements in place by the end of the month, and are processing dozens of additional applications from all over the country.
In instances where franchise agreements do recognize the rights of an independent franchisee association or advisory council, and what impact or role they might play in system change or changes to the franchise agreement, that recognition is typically the result of prior litigation in the system and a negotiated settlement.
Franchise agreements with usable payment data can be very difficult to obtain.
Rita's, the nation's largest Italian Ice chain has announced the awarding of franchise agreements that will result in the company expanding its number of locations by one-third.
She said the ITA's own auditing of its franchise fee collections is lagging by two to three years, even though audits of the final eight years of the franchise agreements resulted in the recovery of about $7.
The threat to C&D recyclers and demolition contractors from franchise agreements within local jurisdictions seems to be growing in this country.
With markets providing one set of challenges, some recyclers are also now seeing potential problems with the issue of franchise agreements.
The AmeriSuites pipeline also remains strong with 50 executed franchise agreements and another 20 applications pending.
He proposed that Time Warner find room for Fox News by moving the History Channel or the Discovery Channel to one of the city's PEG (public, educational, governmental) cable channels, which it controls through its franchise agreements with Time Warner.