Franchising Law is a unique niche within the commercial and retail sectors. With its own inherent issues and legislative disclosure requirements an unwary Franchisor or Franchisee may find themselves being unable to enforce their rights if they have not complied with the Franchising Code of Conduct.
Preparing Disclosure documents and Contracts that are compliant with the Code are imperative to ensuring a proposed sale can proceed as contemplated. As a prospective purchaser of a Franchise you will want to ensure the Franchisor has met their disclosure requirements and that the contract is on commercially viable terms suitable to your particular needs.
At Baker O’Brien Toll Solicitors we can assist Franchisors and Franchisees through the myriad of potential legal issues facing the sale or purchase of a Franchise business. If you want to know more contact us.
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