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  • Sam K Head Shot (1)Wande Oshile (2)By Sam Khajeei and Wande OshileJune 26 2019
    Business LawGood Faith Disclosure: Some Relief for Franchisors

    The decision of the Ontario Superior Court of Justice in 2101516 Ontario Inc. et al. v. Radisson Hotels Canada Inc. (2019 ONSC 3302) is likely to be welcomed by franchisors across the country. In this decision, the Court ruled that a franchisee cannot claim for misrepresentation under section 7 of the Arthur Wishart Act (Franchise Disclosure), 2000, S.O. 2000, C.3 (the Act) if the misrepresentation is contained in a disclosure document that the franchisor was not obligated to deliver to the franchisee pursuant to the Act.

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