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answered by Shelley NadlerLegal director at Bird & Bird
Shelley Nadler writes: Franchise agreements in the UK are often for a fixed term of five years, with rights to renew at the end of the term for either one or two...
answered by Louise HarrisHead of strategic partnerships at easyStorage
Louise Harris writes: Franchising a business is not always the right or easiest route to expansion - but done well it can be a win-win for all parties. If national or international...
answered by John PrattSenior partner at specialist law firm Hamilton Pratt
John Pratt writes: With great care - or at least they should select franchisees on that basis. The more picky a franchisor is in selecting franchisees, the better. As a rule of...
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