Law360, New York (April 29, 2013, 11:42 AM EDT) -- The franchisor-franchisee contractual relationship is one that incites many questions, particularly in terms of insurance. Although this article is not intended to provide legal advice, as specific fact patterns and state laws differ, it provides general principles regarding frequently asked questions that can be used as guidelines.
Certificate of Insurance
In circumstances where a franchisor requires the franchisee to produce a certificate of insurance, are any rights conferred upon the franchisor?
Generally, the answer is no. A certificate of insurance is not an insurance...
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