Jul 16, 2015 - Blog by |

Opposing Franchisor and Franchisee Advocates Come to Agreement on Languge for New Franchise Amendment for California Franchise Act. The key resolution in the California Franchise Act amendment was that "The parties agreed that the bill's current language “substantially comply with the franchise agreement” was too broad; the new language addresses franchisee concerns that a termination should not be based upon a minor violation."

If the goal of the parties were to create one of the most ambiguous franchise termination standards on the books in any state, then the parties were highly successful. The letter from the IFA and CFA is available from GLF by request.

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