FDD

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AcronymDefinition
FDDFloppy Disk Drive
FDDFrequency Division Duplex
FDDFranchise Disclosure Document
FDDFeature-Driven Development
FDDFeature-Driven Development (software development methodology)
FDDForum for Democracy and Development (Zambia)
FDDFoundation for the Defense of Democracies
FDDFunctional Decomposition Diagram
FDDFonds pour le Développement Durable (French: Sustainable Development Fund; Switzerland)
FDDFaculté de Droit (French: Law School; Togo)
FDDFlexible Disk Drive
FDDFinancial Due Diligence
FDDForces for the Defense of Democracy (Burundi)
FDDFixed Disk Drive
FDDFrequency Diversity Duplex
FDDFluorescent Differential Display
FDDFault Detection and Diagnosis
FDDFonds de Dotation (French: Endowment Fund)
FDDFaune et Développement Durable (French: Wildlife and Sustainable Development; EU)
FDDFather Daughter Dance
FDDFunctional Design Document
FDDFocused District Development (NATO)
FDDFull Deployment Decision
FDDFood Distribution Division (USDA)
FDDFamilial Danish Dementia
FDDFinal Delivery Date
FDDFault Detection Diagnostic
FDDFirst Digitized Division
FDDFreight, Demurrage and Defense (also seen as FD&D; shipping industry)
FDDFerrari Démolition Désamiantage (French demolition company)
FDDFrequency of Drinking Days
FDDFreezing Degree Days
FDDFixed Date Departure (travel)
FDDForce Design Division
FDDFire Department Directory
FDDFunctional Decision Diagram
FDDFaçades Dallages et Déco (French building renovation company)
FDDFirst Dollar Defense (insurance)
FDDFirst Due Date
FDDFormation Diplômante Dérogatoire (French: Derogatory Diploma Course)
FDDForce Design Directorate
FDDFunctional Description Document
FDDFacility Design Description
FDDForeign Documents Division
FDDFinancial Data Disseminator
FDDForce Design and Development
FDDFunctional Decomposition Design
FDDFarm Ditch Density
FDDFormal Domain Definition
FDDFlexible Delivery Development (Sprint)
FDDFloating Digital Drive
FDDFamily Double Dare (TV show)
FDDFábrica do Design
FDDFilthy Difiler Disgrace
FDDFisheries Development Department
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supra note 43, at 111; see also Killion, supra note 43, at 28 ("[F]ranchisees now have through the typical franchise disclosure document detailed information about the franchise opportunity, the very information a number of states and the FTC have determined will allow the franchisee to make an informed buying decision.
where the Federal Trade Commission oversees franchising and the furnishing of Franchise Disclosure Documents from franchisors to franchisees prior to reaching an agreement (with a number of states adding other regional requirements), Canada has no federal regulator.
It's essentially permission to sell a company's products or services within a certain territory in the manner that the company outlines in its Franchise Disclosure Document (FDD).
While some private companies offer Franchise Disclosure Documents for a fee, Brewer says there's no need for a potential franchisee to pay for an FDD.
Franchisors typically do not set out in their franchise agreement or their franchise disclosure document an itemized account of what franchisee fees cover.
In addition to meeting the regular franchisee requirements specified in the JDog Junk Removal franchise disclosure document (FDD), all veteran applicants must have an honorable discharge from their respective branch of the military, the desire to run and grow their own business, and an effective ability to lead and manage employees.
Be sure to review the Franchise Disclosure Document, or FDD, which offers detailed information about the franchise operation.
Prospective multiunit operators won't be sold anything, besides a good story in the Franchise Disclosure Document.
All financial information is as shown in Section 19 of the LunchBOX Franchise's Franchise Disclosure Document (“FDD”) and will be disclosed to potential franchisees during the awarding process.
955) entered in force in July 1994 to establish the obligations of delivery by the franchisor of a franchise disclosure document (COF) to any prospective franchisee with information on the franchise and the business opportunity.
According to Item 19 of the Franchise Disclosure Document, HomeStory's founding location earned average monthly sales of $173,385 from 2006 to 2011.