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Like any business relationship, franchises are occasionally the source of dispute. We can help resolve these disputes before they escalate saving both parties time, money and stress. If your relationship with your franchisee/franchisor is in jeopardy, we can help.

Resolving Franchise Disputes Scotland

Franchising agreements can be complex. They often involve various clauses relating to time, payment and performance. If the latter two are not met you may find yourself not only losing money, but unable to pay the franchisor. When this happens, the franchisor may look to take legal action.

Often, it is the franchisee who wishes to take action against the franchisor. This occurs when, for instance, the franchisor has misrepresented the true cost of the franchise, the likely profit/cash flow or some other aspect of the business.

There may be other sources of dispute such as restrictions on trading and termination of the franchise agreement. Whatever the dispute, our franchise solicitors have the experience to handle it.

Expert Franchise Dispute Solicitors in Glasgow, Scotland

If you are in Bearsden, Milngavie, the West End of Glasgow, Clarkston, Newton Mearns, the Southside of Glasgow or elsewhere in Scotland, our franchise solicitors can help. To arrange an initial consultation with one of the best franchising dispute lawyers in Glasgow, please complete our online enquiry form or contact us on 0141 248 3456.

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