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Entire Agreement

The "Entire Agreement" clause is very powerful and often underestimated by franchisees signing a franchise agreement.

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Terms of Use and Privacy

THIS PAGE CONTAINS OUR TERMS OF USE, PRIVACY POLICY, AND CIVIL SUBPOENA POLICY. Terms of Use All websites have (or should have) a terms of use that regulate the use and viewing of content. They are generally upheld by the courts. So this is my terms of use for this web site. By reading, linking to, quoting, printing out, or in any way making use of FranchisePundit’s content in any means, place, or forum, you agree to the following: 1. All original content of FranchisePundit is copyrighted by FranchisePundit’s owner, presently Ryan Knoll, and is not to be used without permission except as provided herein. FranchisePundit, Franchise Pundit, FranchisePundit.com, and “the inside scoop on franchises” are all trademarks belonging to Ryan Knoll. In using FranchisePundit you recognize that FranchisePundit is primarily a personal opinion journal, that all content is provided on an as-is basis, and that no factual statement on this site should be relied upon without further investigation on your part sufficient to satisfy you in your independent judgment that it is true. In other words, don’t rely on this webblog to make a decision to buy or sell a franchise! These terms of use are subject to change, and should be reviewed regularly. 2. Permission is granted to read, quote, cite, link to, print out or otherwise use FranchisePundit content, so long as you comply with the terms below. A. All quotations from FranchisePundit will include credit to FranchisePundit or to Ryan Knoll and, wherever practicable, a hyperlink of the form http://franchisepundit.com … to the site. B. In exchange for the access to FranchisePundit content described above, you agree not to sue FranchisePundit for its content, whether original or linked or quoted from another source, in any court, on any grounds whatsoever in law or equity. Should …

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