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|Title:||The Need for Legal Framework to Regulate Franchising in Palestine||Authors:||Khalil, Amir||Keywords:||Franchising - Law and legislation - Palestine;Franchises (Retail trade) - Law and legislation - Palestine;Agency (Law) - Palestine;Commercial agents - Legal status, laws, etc. - Palestine;Intellectual property - Palestine||Issue Date:||2017||Publisher:||Global Journal of Comparative Law- Brill||Source:||Amir Khali, 'The Need for Legal Framework to Regulate Franchising in Palestine', in the Global Journal of Comparative Law 6 (2017) 206-225.||Journal:||Global Journal of Comparative Law||Abstract:||Franchising has become one of the premier vehicles for international business expansion and the fastest growing way of playing a crucial role in international commercial transactions. Franchising is already practiced in Palestine; however, there is an ambiguity as to the legal nature of franchising work in Palestine and it is not directly regulated by the Palestinian legislature. This article examines the need for a coherent legal regulation of franchising work in Palestine.||URI:||http://hdl.handle.net/20.500.11889/6450|
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