Franchise Agreement Review

Having your franchise agreement reviewed by an experienced solicitor is a crucial step when becoming a franchisee. Having a review will not only help you minimise risk, avoid unexpected issues and disputes but it will also help you understand both your own and the franchisor’s commitment and obligations. Now you can receive peace of mind from an experienced franchise solicitor, all at a fixed fee with a franchise agreement review.

Who this service is for

Are you a new or potential franchisee who has recently received a draft franchise agreement and would like a professional review of the franchise agreement?
Key benefits

  • Connect with an experienced lawyer quickly and simply
  • Get a qualified opinion on your issue/s
  • Upfront and transparent pricing

What happens after purchase?

Your lawyer will onboard you (KYC, conflicts checks, and client care letter - if applicable)
You send supporting material to the lawyer ahead of the meeting
Consultation takes place
Lawyer sends an email to summarize high level points from the conversation and quotes for any further work required
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What the service will cover
  • An English Law franchise agreement review
  • A telephone conference (usually lasting a couple of hours) to outline the standard but important terms and anything unusual or of concern about the terms which you should negotiate/seek clarity on.
What the service excludes
  • Reviews of Master Franchise Agreements or Development Rights Agreements
  • Any follow up work that is required as a result of the consultation
  • Drafting any amendments to the Franchise Agreement or a side letter
  • Negotiations

Please note: the above work can be carried out at an additional fee 

What you need to provide
  • The Franchise Agreement in question (this is a review service, not a drafting service)
  • The first step after the purchase will be to provide verification of your identity and supply the following documentation so your adviser can carry out their ‘Know Your Customer’ (KYC) and ‘Anti-Money Laundering’ (AML) checks. Please have the following at hand but note that this may not be a complete list:
    • Company name, VAT number (if applicable), registration number
    • Key contacts and associated contact details including email and mobile
    • The names and home addresses of all directors
    • Home utility bill (no more than 3 months old) and passport for every person who owns or controls more than 25% of the voting rights of your business
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