N.B. Franchise Regulation Published


Almost three years after its Franchises Act received royal assent, the New Brunswick government has followed Ontario’s lead, implementing two franchising regulations.  

The first directive includes disclosure requirements similar to those found in Ontario, Alberta and P.E.I — all of which regulate franchising. The second regulation lays out a mediation procedure originally presented in 2005 by the Uniform Law Conference of Canada — the first of its kind among regulated provinces.

For more on the new law, click here.


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