(a) Immediately after the signing of this Agreement, an exemption of an amount equal to that set out in Annex 3 below. (b) at the request of the franchisor and before obtaining the initial training, to pay the franchisor for the initial and continuing training referred to in clause 4. (c) A monthly service management fee corresponding to 5% of the turnover of the previous month. (d) Subject to clause 9, at the request of the franchisee, a contribution to the franchisor`s promotion and promotion fund. The franchise rule requires the provision to a potential franchisee of a franchisee record document (FDD) describing twenty-three “items” related to the franchisee`s activities. An FDD is intended to give potential franchisees a clear picture of the franchisee`s business, senior managers and other franchisees. Among the 23 elements needed, some include past or ongoing litigation regarding the franchise, the financial health of the franchise, training programs and other support programs made available to franchisees by the franchisee, the list of existing franchise outlets and the franchise`s trademarks, copyrights and patents. The owner agrees to pay a deductible for the rights of ownership and operation of this franchised site. The payment amount is shown in the table below and includes all deposits, rebates and taxes related to this amount. Here are the basic agreements you should include in your franchise agreement: any abuse of the company`s trademarks or copyrights leads to termination of the contract and legal action. Any use of copyrighted material of the owners without prior permission is subject to termination of the agreement. Accordingly, the Owner agrees to give up all rights to use the Franchise`s intellectual property at the location mentioned in this Franchise Agreement, including intellectual property, such as logos and signs.

Franchise agreements in the United States are governed by both federal and specific national laws, which cover general principles of the contract, such as creation and mutual understanding. The Federal Trade Commission has a rule called The Franchise Rule, which covers certain disclosures that must be made to the franchisee before the franchisee signs an agreement. There are several states that impose the franchise rule, which requires the notification, filing or registration of a franchisee`s disclosure document, a so-called franchise disclosure document. . . .