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Zapatha v. Dairy Mart, Inc.

408 N.E.2d 1370 (S.J.C. M.A. 1980)

tl;dr: Plaintiffs opened up a franchise of Defendant's store. In their agreement, there was a termination clause allowing for either party to terminate the contract at will. Defendants did so, but Plaintiff claimed the termination clause was unconscionable.

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Facts & Holding

Facts:Plaintiffs Zapathas brought an action to enjoin Defendant Dairy Mart...

Holding:Reversed. When Defendant Dairy Mart terminated the agreement, it did...

Zapatha v. Dairy Mart, Inc.

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