interim franchise

(3) The term “interim franchise” means any franchise— (A) which is entered into on or after June 19, 1978 ; (B) the term of which, when combined with the terms of all prior interim franchises between the franchisor and the franchisee, does not exceed 3 years; (C) the effective date of which occurs immediately after the expiration of a prior franchise, applicable to the marketing premises, which was not renewed if such nonrenewal— (i) was based upon a determination described in section 2802(b)(2)(E) of this title , and (ii) the requirements of section 2802(b)(2)(E) of this title were satisfied; and (D) which is in writing and states clearly and conspicuously— (i) that the franchise is an interim franchise; (ii) the duration of the franchise; and (iii) that the franchisor may fail to renew the franchise at the conclusion of the term stated in the franchise based upon a determination made by the franchisor in good faith and in the normal course of business to withdraw from the marketing of motor fuel through retail outlets in the relevant geographic market area in which the marketing premises are located if the requirements of section 2802(b)(2)(E)(ii) and (iii) of this title are satisfied.


15 USC § 2803(b)(3)

Scoping language

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