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Author: Anthony Pugh, Student-at-Law, Law Works P.C. Editor: Ben Hanuka In M.Y. Sundae Inc. v. International Dairy Queen, an April 25, 2018 decision of the Supreme Court of British Columbia, a self-represented franchisee and its principals appealed a decision of a master, who dismissed their action against International Dairy Queen, Inc. on the basis that the action was an abuse of process.
Author: Anthony Pugh, Student-at-Law, Law Works P.C. Editor: Ben Hanuka In 10313033 Canada Inc. v. 2418973 Ontario Inc.
The legal characteristics of a franchise agreement are different from normal commercial contracts in that they are “contracts of adhesion”.
The Ontario Court of Appeal released an interesting decision recently in a case involving the enforceability of a non-competition covenant in a...