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Rocky Road Ahead For Franchise Relationships

During stressful times, tensions between a franchisor and franchisee frequently bubble to the surface, sometimes over trivial matters that explode into bitter battles before the bench. Going to court is the last, least desired option to settle a dispute. No outcome is certain. Before taking this final step, both parties’ interest is to resolve their issues before a trial is necessary.

Renegotiating a Contract During an Economic Downturn

Usually both parties to a contract want it to succeed. However, unforeseen economic downturns and changing circumstances can make it hard to impossible for a contract to be fully performed. You could go to court to enforce the contract. And you may win. But at what cost? You could irrevocably damage a long-lasting business relationship. That could cost you far more than the nonperformance.

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