As a franchisee, you are buying from someone a right to carry on a business using a system that they own or are entitled to license. As a franchisee, you will need to undertake proper and detailed investigations of the business that you propose to buy to ensure that you get what you pay for.
Franchises carry many of the business risks that exist to any business person. By paying a fee you buy the right to run the business using the franchisor’s model. However, this of itself does not guarantee success. The franchisor is obliged to provide a potential franchisee with a disclosure document and a draft franchise agreement at least 14 days before the prospective franchisee enters into the franchise agreement. Things to consider when buying a franchise include:
This list is not exhaustive and you must consult a properly qualified legal professional before signing a franchise agreement.
Please be aware that due to the spread of Covid – 19 and on the recommendation of Government the decision has been made that from 5pm Wednesday 8 July 2020 to close the office once again to help slow the spread of the virus.
During this time our team will continue to operate remotely and can be contacted by email, on their mobile phones or through our website. All ongoing files will continued to be worked on and new work is always welcome.
We ask for people’s understanding in these uncertain times and hope everyone stays healthy.