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Franchising

February 06 2018
Karsten Metzlaff Requirements for interim injunction to enforce obligation to operate business

Germany - Noerr LLP

The Bochum Regional Court recently looked at whether a franchisee's contractual obligation to operate a business can be enforced by way of an interim injunction. To grant an interim injunction to enforce the obligation to keep the business open, it must be demonstrated that the franchisor faces serious losses at least equivalent to a threat to its survival or to drawbacks that cannot later be remedied.

Authors: Karsten Metzlaff, Karl Rauser
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