To create a KFC franchise unit, you need to apply on your official website www.kfc.com/about/franchising. Go to the official website of KFC, at the bottom right of the page you can see the “Contact” option, click on this online.kfc.co.in/contact-us. Select the Franchise option and fill out the application form and continue by typing and submitting other required fields such as name, contact number and other required details. The franchisor of KFC Corporation operates a Dine-in-and-Carryout KFC outlet where food is prepared and sold. They only sell chicken and other menus authorized by KFCLLC. KFC Corporation`s Franchise Agreement grants franchisees a license to use certain trade names, trademarks, logos, service marks and trade symbols such as the “KFC” and “Kentucky Fried Chicken” marks, in accordance with the permission granted by the franchisee, and the franchisee may also use proprietary business formats, procedures and methods. Franchisee approved designs, standards, layouts and specifications solely in connection with the operation of franchise outlet. Commitments and restrictions: during the term of the franchise agreement, the franchisee or a fully trained and qualified executive must devote full-time to the administration and operation of the point of sale. Where franchisees have one corporation, business, partnership or more than one owner, they must also designate a “controlling person” who is the person authorized to actively manage and direct the affairs of a corporation or business with respect to the point of sale.
Individual owners and spouses of individual owners must also sign the guarantee or spouse agreement (depending on applicability) in their individual functions. Franchisees must sell all necessary products, as the franchisor regularly determines. Franchisees are not allowed to supply a product from the point of sale or anywhere else. franchisees may only cater and sell at special events if franchisees follow the franchisee`s catering and special event procedures; and, in the case of catering sales and special events with delivery, sign a supplement requested by KFCLLC. In this case, KFCC obtained the settlement agreement of the parties and asked the Court to order the closure of the Arleta and Baldwin Park restaurants. KfCC claims that the defendants failed to fulfil their obligations under Article 4 of the Settlement Agreement by failing to reorganize the transactions in good time. KFCC also argues that as a result of this omission, the defendants are operating both transactions despite the expiration of their franchise agreements, thereby in breach of KFCC`s trademarks, in violation of the Lanham Act. (KFCC`s Mem. à Supp. [DN 48-1] 7-8.) The parties do not dispute that the settlement agreement obliges the defendants to conclude and disappoint transactions if the conversion has not been completed on time.
(Transaction Agreement [DN 34] ¶ 4 (c)) Nor do they dispute that several months have elapsed since the defendants had to complete the transformation of the operations. In the present case, the franchisees did not argue that it was not necessary to rearrange the language of the agreement before a specific date; Nor did the franchisees argue that that date had elapsed without the transformation having been completed. . . .