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Covid-19 Update

The welfare of our clients and staff is always a key priority for Raeside Chisholm. In light of the current circumstances, we are continuing to offer a full range of services, but we are working remotely. You can contact us on 0141 248 3456 and one our solicitors will call you back if necessary, or you can contact us by email.”

Buying a franchise is a low-cost, low-risk way to run your own business. The right franchise will give you a business model which has proven successful and the right franchisor will offer you the ongoing support you need to make your business a success. As with any business venture, there are legal aspects which must be taken into account.

Franchising Legal Advice Scotland

A franchise is a business relationship between you, the franchisee, and the franchisor – the person who owns the business. You pay an initial fee (and normally an ongoing fee for support) for the right to trade under the franchisors brand name.

Franchises are a popular and often successful way to start your own business: an established brand with a proven track record, proven strategies and an existing customer base is much more likely to succeed than a brand new company.

We advise potential franchisees, existing franchisees as well as franchisors of the legal aspects of this business venture. In recent times we've acted for several franchisees in respect of some of the largest mainstream franchises in the UK, including Dominos, Subway and  Tim Horton's.

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Franchise Solicitors in Glasgow, Scotland

For advice on buying a franchise, the legalities of franchising or settling a franchising dispute in Bearsden, Milngavie, the West End of Glasgow, Clarkston, Newton Mearns, Southside of Glasgow or elsewhere in Scotland, please get in touch. To arrange an initial consultation with one of the great franchise lawyers in Glasgow, please complete our online enquiry form or contact us on 0141 248 3456.

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