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There are two ways in which you can become involved in operating a franchised business. The first is to enter into an agreement with the franchisor to take a territory where no...
A franchise resale is when you buy an existing franchise business as a going concern from a franchisee with the rights to operate the franchise. It could be a sale of...
While every franchise agreement is different, in theory a franchisee can sell its business at any time. That said, if a franchisee tries to sell it near to the end of...
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