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Franchise agreements often impose non-competition obligations (sometimes referred to as “restrictive covenants” or "non-compete covenants") on a franchisee to restrict him or her and those related to the franchisee from getting involved in a competing business. Ben Hanuka discusses the scope of the restriction in this short video. [embed]https://youtu.be/srUEnlwrrGw[/embed] For more videos like this, subscribe to our Law Works YouTube Channel.
This article, written by Ben Hanuka, was originally published in The Lawyer’s Daily on November 13, 2019, under the same title.
Author: Anthony Pugh and Sarah McMahon, Law Works P.C. Editor: Ben Hanuka, Law Works P.C. In 2462192 Ontario Ltd. v.
A franchisee may be required under the franchise agreement to use only approved products designated by the franchisor.
Author: Anthony Pugh, Law Works P.C. Editor: Ben Hanuka, Law Works P.C. In Modern Cleaning Concept Inc. v.