Franchise Law

The method to do a business under which a franchisor with a remuneration, which he gets on an annual basis, gives the licensees trademarks and tried and tested methods of conducting a business to a franchisee, is known as franchising.


In the past few years there are many businesses which are working like a franchisee are seen in different fields ranging from educational institutes to food outlets to advertising and many more. The franchisor has all the rights to regularly check the books of the franchisee and also conduct surprise checks and if the franchisee fails at any point the license or the contract will be cancelled or not renewed.

There are many franchise laws both at the state and at the federal level in the country. The franchise law is the law which will regulate the functioning of the franchise and the contracts between the franchise and the franchisor.

Many a times, disputes arise between the two parties and the matter goes beyond limits. In such a case, all you require is to consult us and we assure complete assistance of our expert team of lawyers who will advise and guide you on the course of action to be taken to solve the matter keeping the prevailing laws in mind.

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