Use only ingredients, products, consumables, home furnishings and equipment that (i) meet the standards and specifications set by the donor in the operating manual or other means, and (ii) purchased by suppliers designated by the licensee or approved in writing. The licensee may, at any time and for any reason, designate one or more suppliers of ingredients, products, supplies, furniture and equipment and ask the licensee to purchase exclusively from specific suppliers or suppliers who may be designated suppliers, who may be licensees or an affiliate of the licensee. If the licensee considers itself a supplier, the licensee has the right to take advantage of all the goods it has provided. The licensee and its affiliates may receive payments, rebates or other consideration from suppliers in light of these suppliers linked to the licensee and/or the Bad Daddys distributors and restaurant takers system, and to use without restriction all the amounts it receives. The licensee is not required to give the purchaser a bill for the supplier`s payments or to share the benefit of the supplier`s payment with the licensee or other licensees of the Bad Daddy restaurant. If the purchaser wishes to acquire ingredients, products, consumables, accessories and equipment from a supplier other than the supplier previously approved by the licensee and these items have not been provided by the licensee as only by a particular supplier, the licensee must first submit to the dealer a written request for the purchase of these items, as well as the information and models that the licensee may require. The licensee has the right to regularly require that its representatives be given the opportunity to inspect these objects and/or the supplier`s facilities and that samples of proposed suppliers or proposed items be provided to the licensee or to an independent review body appointed by the licensee for evaluation and verification. The authorization of these inspections is a condition for the initial and ongoing receipt of the supplier, manufacturer or distributor. The licensee must inform the licensee of the consent or refusal in writing within 90 days of receipt of such an application and at the end of the assessment and examination (if the donor requires it). The licensee may refuse such authorization for any reason, including its determination to limit the number of licensed suppliers. The above provisions only apply if the licensee has not designated an exclusive supplier or supplier. 2(3) The law does not apply to trade relations or the following agreements: … 5.
An agreement resulting from an agreement between a licensee and a single licensee for the licensing of a trademark, service mark, trade name, logo or advertisement or any other commercial symbol, where such a licence is the sole nature and general nature granted by the licensee with respect to the trademark, service mark, trademark, logo or other commercial symbol. [Added highlight.] Agreements of other third parties. As a condition of the licensing agreement, the licensee, when required by the licensee, that each of its executives and supervisors, to whom confidential information is disclosed, occasionally executes an agreement on the conditions of competition, non-response and/or secrecy in the form prescribed by the licensee. The Tribunal relied on the fact that in this case, only one licence had been issued to a single licensee, as the donor had never granted other licences for restaurants or cafes for the use of the mark. In particular, the Tribunal found that the licensee under the agreement was composed of two companies, but that it was indeed a licensee: 6.2 Grant of Future Sublicenses. The licensee has the right to issue additional sub-licences for the operation of restaurants in the territory during the lifetime (“Sublicensing Futures”); provided that (i) any future sub-licensing is set up by a