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Selling a Franchise

Guidelines

An existing franchisee who intends to sell their business, may be required, in accordance with their franchise agreement, to gain the prior approval of their franchisor for the purchaser of the business. In most cases the purchaser will be subject to the same selection criteria for the system the franchisee originally faced.

All franchisees intending to sell their business should ensure they receive accounting and legal advice from qualified and experienced franchising accountants and lawyers.




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