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Synonyms for franchise

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 connection with the transfer of a franchise business, franchisors typically require the buyer to sign the most recent form of franchise agreement. To that end, certain changes to the terms and provisions of newer forms of franchise agreement may impact valuation and the ability of a franchisee to sell.
Its franchise agreement reads that conciliation of disputes between Subway International and its franchisees is only available in New York.
"We are pleased with this ruling that will provide reassurance to the pharmacist-owners affiliated with our network as to their franchise agreements and regarding the value of the goods and services they receive," Coutu president and chief executive officer Francois Coutu stated.
To date, our ongoing expansion initiative has resulted in the forging of master franchise agreements that will later result in the opening of more than 12 new branches across strategic global locations."
Massage Envy Spa signed 100 franchise agreements in 2013, which totaled 1,211 licenses sold across the US.
The first franchise agreement is with the Court Group to open 25 restaurants in East London over the next five years.
From a legal perspective, the absence of specific provisions governing the franchise concept, franchise agreements in the UAE are subject to civil and commercial laws, namely the Commercial Agencies Law, the Commercial Transactions Law and the Civil Transactions Law.
Andrea Alarcon, president of the Los Angeles Board of Public Works, said the exclusive franchise agreements would be 10-year contracts with two five-year renewal options with mandatory mid-term assessments and annual service reviews.
The agreement is part of Diyafa Holdings' overall business strategy to engage in a prominent role within the hospitality sector through selective franchise agreements with key international brands besides developing their own brands in specific market segments.According to Amer Al Khan, CEO of Diyafa Holdings W.L.L, "The company is focused on achieving a balanced portfolio of business services which includes Food & Beverage, Retail & Hospitality businesses.
Chicago, IL, May 26, 2010 --(PR.com)-- ktMINE, an intellectual property (IP) data and information services firm, today announced that the ktMINE Royalty Rates and Records Database now includes more than 900 franchise agreements. ktMINE provides IP data, documents and analysis tools aggregated from publicly available records.
Auto Business News-17 November 2009-Volkswagen Ireland cancels franchise agreements with Belgard Motors(C)2009 ENPublishing - http://www.enpublishing.co.uk
H&R Block said that because of the age of the Block Texas franchise agreement, it included an "unusually low" royalty blended rate of 6 percent on revenue, compared with a contractual rate of 30 percent on new franchise agreements.
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.
Phone companies argue that the 30,000 franchise agreements which cable companies have negotiated with municipalities are too burdensome; but it's those franchise agreements that allow for cable companies' public right-of way to run their lines.