Termination of a franchise agreement is the most financially devastating action a franchisor can take.
It is the “weapon of mass destruction” for mom-and-pop franchisee life savings and employment
Responsible franchisors avoid this too because it is such a red flag to the investment community.
It is only fair to compare it to their peer group and to best practices.
The frequency that the franchisor chooses to terminate a franchisee is a material fact to any buying or renewing franchisee.
Canadian information is unavailable because no provincial law requires these CDN documents to be (1) publicly filed or (2) put online.
Alberta, Ontario, New Brunswick, Prince Edward Island, Manitoba and soon-to-be British Columbia
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