Franchise & Distribution Law

International Comparative Legal Guide – Franchise 2018 – Q&A Chapter on Franchising in Canada

ICLG 2018In Canada, six of the 13 provinces and territories have adopted franchise specific legislation: Alberta; British Columbia; Manitoba; New Brunswick; Ontario; and Prince Edward Island. Each provincial franchise statute defines a ‘franchise’ in a similar manner to include the following key elements: the grant of a right to sell or distribute the goods and services of the franchisor in return for (indirect or direct) payment or ongoing payments where: Continue reading

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