|Apr 24th, 2012, 05:22 AM||#2|
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Re: Franchise Lawyers Canada
I wish to inform you that the Canadian federal as also the provincial laws result in a necessity for the customization of agreements for use in Canada. There is no federal legislation governing franchise disclosure, however, many provinces have either enacted regulations. Franchise disclosure laws in Ontario and Prince Edward Island require foreign franchisors to disclose certain information to a master franchisee or area developer for the whole of Canada. All provinces except Ontario allow for the use of foreign disclosure documents. The province of Quebec follows the Civil Code of Québec, which provides enhanced rights to consumers and employees.
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