Franchise agreements in the United States are governed by both federal and specific national laws, which cover general principles of the contract, such as creation and mutual understanding. The Federal Trade Commission has a rule called The Franchise Rule, which covers certain disclosures that must be made to the franchisee before the franchisee signs an agreement. There are several states that impose the franchise rule, which requires the notification, filing or registration of a franchisee`s disclosure document, a so-called franchise disclosure document. You are California, Connecticut, Florida, Hawaii, Illinois, Indiana, Kentucky, Maine, Maryland, Michigan, Minnesota, Nebraska, New York, North Carolina, North Dakota, Rhode Island, Virginia, Washington, Wisconsin, Oregon, South Carolina, South Dakota, Texas and Utah. The requirements in each of these states differ as to the need for registration, notification or submission, and some may have additional specific requirements. Please note that this franchise agreement is only an agreement and does not contain the required disclosure document in accordance with the franchise rule. As part of this part of the agreement, the franchisee communicates to the franchisee all obligations related to advertising and also informs the franchisee that he must pay for this purpose. Conversely, a franchisee also has the right to terminate the contract if the franchisee: this is the training and support that the franchisee offers to the franchisee throughout the life cycle of the franchise agreement. . .