This franchise agreement is for a business that predominantly sells a service to the end customer: whether to B2B services such as accountancy, law or provision of water coolers; or to B2C, such as window cleaning, home maintenance, hairdressing, health and fitness sessions or sports classes. The franchisee may also sell goods, such as branded consumables that complement the service.
This franchise agreement is for a business that sells goods. A franchise arrangement would be used instead of a standard sales agreement if the franchisor wishes to retain a level of control over intellectual property (particularly brand), the sales experience or the provision of after sales service. This is an extremely comprehensive template, suitable for a wide range of businesses,which can be crafted for your specific needs.
This is a franchise agreement for a restaurant, cafe or other food retail business. It is comprehensive enough to be used by the largest multinational restaurant franchises. Smaller businesses will also find it an ideal template from which to craft an agreement that not only protects the rights of the franchisor, but also impresses prospective franchisees. Both the franchisor and the franchisee can be based in the Commonwealth of Australia or any other country.