The terms of the franchise agreement define the reasons for termination, the remedies against termination and the process of the franchisee or franchisor to begin termination. Several U.S. states limit layoffs unless there is a „good reason“[2],[2] but not all states define that sentence in the same way. The legal release used by a withdrawn franchise may include clauses such as the reckless threat of litigation, which may include rights to unpaid royalties, such as computer licensing fees, and unpaid future royalties that were not specified or agreed upon in the original franchise agreement. In the United States, franchise agreements are governed by national law and not by federal law. The termination of the franchise is the termination of a commercial license franchised by a franchisor or franchisee. A franchisor who engages in franchise fraud generally uses a franchise termination procedure that has not been disclosed in the franchise agreement, the Uniform Franchise Offering Circular or the Disclosure Document franchise. [3] [4] The emigration of the franchise franchise[5] may have a franchise termination process including: the termination documents may contain two sets of documents; Risk of litigation and a legislative document.