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In 1384334 Alberta Ltd v Buster's Pizza Donair & Pasta Enterprises Ltd., a June 16, 2020, the Court of Queen’s Bench of Alberta found that the parties had never agreed on the essential terms of a franchise agreement. As a result, the court denied the plaintiffs’ claim for net losses under Alberta’s Franchises Act and unjust enrichment claim. But it allowed their claim for damages for conversion of leased equipment which two of the defendants sold to a third party.
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