Before signing, the franchisee must understand everything on the document, including all the restrictions and provisions set out therein. They may, however, terminate their franchise if they are in default with the franchise agreement. The following items have been deemed necessary for the success of the franchise and additional items must be requested no later than 3 days after the date of purchase. In a franchise agreement, the company that owns the franchise or “franchisee” grants the other business or “franchisee” the right to use the proprietary marks and system for the operation of the business or franchise. In most cases, the agreement limits the franchise to a given location, so the franchisee cannot move to another jurisdiction. The owner agrees to pay a deductible for the rights of ownership and operation of this franchised site. The payment amount is shown in the table below and includes all deposits, rebates and taxes related to this amount. All franchise agreements in the United States are governed by federal and state laws that govern the general principle of the contract. . . .