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Franchisees Must Not Take Advantage of Typographical Errors

Posted on Apr 12 2017

Author: Jeff Nguyen, Student-at-Law, Law Works P.C.          Editorial Committee: Law Works P.C. Editor: Ben Hanuka Franchise agreements tend to be long and dense documents containing boilerplate language.  Sometimes, they may contain typographical errors that are not discovered until after the parties sign the contracts.  Courts are prepared to overlook minor errors where the intention of the parties is clear.

Court Rejects Oral Agreement to Reduce Royalty Payments

oral agreement with 2 parties, one shown behind the desk
Posted on Feb 5 2017

Author: Jeffrey Nguyen, Student-at-Law, Law Works P.C. Editorial Committee: Law Works P.C.

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