Franchising and Covid-19
Updated: Jan 27, 2021
The outbreak of the COVID-19 pandemic has led to widespread loss of employment, business closures or the winding back of business operations in Australia.
Franchisors and Franchisees are particularly exposed to risk, uncertainty and the practical difficulties of how to deal with the fallout from a legal, financial and business perspective.
In a franchise network where there are not only contractual obligations as between the Franchisor and Franchisee, but other obligations to third parties, such as, landlords, suppliers and employees - this can be difficult to navigate.
If you require assistance in relation to your legal rights and obligations arising from the impact of coronavirus, Greyson Legal are open and able to field your enquiry. E: email@example.com