(vii) Use only ingredients, products, consumables, equipment and equipment that comply with the standards and specifications specified by the franchisee in the operations manual or elsewhere. From time to time, the franchisee may designate authorized suppliers, including the franchisee or its affiliates, whose listed products or services are considered to meet the franchisee`s standards. Unless otherwise requested by the franchisee or where the franchisee designates an exclusive designated supplier, the franchisee may obtain supplies from any available source provided that such products, consumables, furniture and equipment comply with the standards and specifications set by the franchisee. If the franchisee designates himself as a supplier, the franchisee has the right to obtain a profit from the items he provides. The franchisor and its associates may receive payments, discounts or other consideration from suppliers in return for such suppliers` transactions with the franchisee and/or Mama Fu`s franchisee system and use without restriction all amounts it receives. The franchisor is not required to give the franchisee a payment invoice from the suppliers or to share the benefit of the suppliers` payments with the franchisee or other Mama Fu franchisees. 14.8 The Franchisee shall without delay submit to the Franchisee all manuals, including the manual, recordings, files, instructions, correspondence, all documents relating to the operation of the Restaurant, including, but not not, brochures, signs, menus, screens, advertising materials, agreements, invoices and other materials related to the operation of the Restaurant owned by the Franchisee, as well as all copies (all: The franchisee`s property is recognized). and will not retain any copy or record of the foregoing, except for the franchisee`s copy of this agreement and any correspondence between the bets and other documents that the franchisee reasonably needs to comply with any legal provision. All franchise agreements in the United States are governed by federal and state laws that govern the general principle of the contract. There is also a franchise rule, established by the Federal Trade Commission, that covers specific disclosures that the franchisee must make to the franchisee before an agreement can be signed. Some states allow this rule and require the franchisee to notify, register, or file a disclosure document.
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