“The franchisor protects the franchisee`s right to use trademarks, service marks, trade names, logos or other business symbols, or compensates the franchisee for losses, expenses or expenses arising from claims, claims or claims related to the use of the name.” The release or waiver of a franchisee`s rights does not include any rights under the Washington Investment Protection Act, unless they are executed on the basis of a scheme negotiated after the agreement enters into force and the parties are represented by independent counsel. Provisions such as those that disproportionately restrict or limit the statute of limitations for claims under the law, rights and remedies under the law, such as the right to the jury. B, may not be applicable. colleges and university courts; military bases; toll roads and amusement parks. PHI, Yum! or their subsidiaries or design partners also have the right to establish and operate WingStreet Outlet, WingStreet Express or WS Co-Brand Outlet at any time in a commercial area, market or other geographic area exclusively occupied by the PHI-Unternehmens Restaurants system or any other area that is not anything else a franchised territory or a single site region (together the “PHI commercial areas”). The above booking of the WingStreet development rights booked PHI, Yum! Brands, Inc. or their affiliates or designers should be added to and not in place of PHI, Yum! Brands, Inc. or the rights of their related companies or agents that are reserved for the franchise agreement. It`s delicious! an agreement on PIS, that if, at any time after December 31, 2008, they conclude that they are WingStreet units located on the Target Warehouse site located in inland areas or regions (if applicable and as such conditions defined in the PHI franchise and implementation agreements) in which PHI franchisees operate , open and operate or operate one or more of these stores.
they inform the IPHFHA in writing and act in accordance with the terms of Schedule A, as the amendments that the parties may agree to each other in writing are appropriate if one of the parties believes that altered circumstances warrant such changes.