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The Good Faith Obligation – Understanding Canadian Franchise Law

Posted on Mar 16 2021

All provincial franchise statutes impose a mutual obligation on the parties to a franchise agreement to perform and enforce their contractual rights in good faith and in a commercially reasonably manner. This includes the performance and enforcement of discretionary rights.  Ben Hanuka discusses these mutual obligations in this short video. [embed]https://youtu.be/U2tygQidk2k[/embed] For more videos like this, subscribe to our Law Works YouTube Channel.

Evolving Good Faith Principles in Franchising

Posted on Feb 16 2021

By Ben Hanuka, Law Works This article was originally published in The Lawyer’s Daily as a two-part series on January 22 and 26, 2021.

Franchise Arbitrations – Concurrent Claims and Multiple Pa...

Posted on Oct 19 2020

This article was originally published in The Lawyer’s Daily as a two-part series on September 23 and 24, 2020.

Marketing Fund Obligations of Franchisees – Understand...

Posted on Oct 15 2020

There are two types of marketing obligations in most franchise agreements: contributions to a marketing fund run by the franchisor and direct...

Franchise Independent Legal Advice Certificates

Posted on Aug 27 2020

This article was originally published in The Lawyer’s Daily as a two-part series on August 20, 2020 and August 24, 2020.

Upcoming Amendments to the Arthur Wishart Act (Franchise Dis...

Posted on Jul 28 2020

This article was originally published in The Lawyer’s Daily on July 22, 2020, under the same title.

The Rundown on System Changes

Posted on Jun 25 2020

This article was originally published in The Lawyer’s Daily on June 18, 2020, under the same title.

A Checklist for Common Law Franchise Causes of Action

Posted on May 19 2020

This article was originally published in The Lawyer’s Daily on May 14, 2020, under the same title.

A Checklist for Franchise Causes of Action – Statutory Cla...

Most claims appear to center around rescission based on allegations of failure to provide a disclosure document
Posted on Apr 24 2020

This article was originally published in The Lawyer’s Daily on March 13, 2020, under the same title.


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