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Franchise agreements are often complex contracts which binds you to certain terms for a period of time. Before entering into one, it pays to take legal advice from an experienced franchising solicitor.

Entering Into A Franchise Agreement – Legal Advice Scotland

If you are thinking of entering into a franchise agreement, get in touch with us first. We can help negotiate more favourable terms, advise you on the meaning and implication of certain terms and ensure that the whole process goes ahead as smoothly as possible. Negotiating favourable terms in a franchise agreement can be the difference between your business succeeding or failing.

Our franchising solicitors offer advice to both franchisees and franchisors on the legalities of franchise agreements.

If you are a franchisee, it’s important that you take advice to ensure your business has every chance of success from the outset.

If you are a franchisor, it’s essential to protect your interests. A properly structured franchise agreement will ensure future franchises are a success, and that you will continue to benefit from your brainchild.

Contact our Franchising Solicitor in Glasgow, Malcolm Goddard

To arrange an initial consultation with one of the top franchising lawyers in Glasgow, please complete our online enquiry form or contact us on 0141 248 3456.

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