FRANCHISING ( PRACTICE AND PRECEDENTS IN BUSINESS FORMAT FRANCHISING ) FOURTH EDITION ( IN GOOD CONDITION )
This book explains how to set up a franchising operation in the UK, describing how the rights which will make up the package to be licenced may be protected. Competition law is dealt with at length and there is extensive treatment of tax dangers. A section deals with acting for the franchisee, and the book also covers franchisor malpractice and the problem of the potential liability of the franchisee to third parties. A complete set of precedents is provided with cross-references linking individual clauses to the explanatory text. This edition is up to date with the many changes which have occurred in this area in recent years, including the Copyrights, Designs and Patents Act of 1988, the recent Franchising Block Exemption Agreement and changes to competition law both at EC and domestic level.