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The Franchising Code of Conduct is a mandatory set of rules all Australian franchised businesses must abide by. There are 3 main areas which are covered by the Franchising Code of Conduct (the Code) Disclosure Franchise Agreements; and Dispute Resolution. Disclosure The disclosure document arguably forms the foundation to compliance with the Code by franchisors....
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If you are considering franchising your business here are some important considerations. Build a strong brand A successful franchise system needs a strong brand to attract and retain customers and franchisees. A brand is made up of many parts, for example, your name, your logo and your product/service. But the point to remember is to...
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Mediation is a process by which the parties to a dispute with the assistance of a mediator (a neutral third party) identify the issues in dispute, develop options around those issues, consider alternatives and endeavour to reach an agreement. The preliminary conference The mediator will usually contact each party and arrange a separate preliminary conference....
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The Franchising Code of Conduct uses 4 criteria to decide whether a business is a franchise. The existence of a system or marketing plan which the Franchisor creates and controls. It is likely that there is a system or marketing plan if some or all of the following apply: There are suggestions for retail prices...
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In South Australia (SA) retail shop leases are governed by the ‘Retail and Commercial Leases Act, 1995’ (the Act). Definition of a lessor and lessee Under the Act – A lessee is the person who has the right to occupy a retail shop under a retail shop lease. A lessor is the person who grants...
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Under the Franchising Code of Conduct (the Code) all Australian franchisors must issue a disclosure document to a prospective franchisee, or when proposing to renew or extend the scope or term of a franchise agreement. Disclosure Document Requirements The disclosure document must be: signed by a director or other officer of the franchisor, updated annually...
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Exclusive dealing involves one business imposing restrictions on another’s freedom to choose with whom, in what or where they deal. Sometimes this conduct is prohibited outright; at other times it is subjected to a test on whether it has substantially lessened competition in a market. Full line forcing Full line forcing involves a supplier refusing...
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A restraint of trade clause is a clause which is included in an agreement typically to stop someone from competing or using confidential information. When
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You can end the franchise agreement early or terminate a franchise agreement in a number of circumstances. Breach by franchisee You can terminate a franchise
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