Franchise Bible: How to Buy a Franchise Or Franchise Your Own Business

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Oasis Press/PSI Research, 2000 - Franchises (Retail trade) - 314 pages
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If you're thinking of acquiring a franchise or franchising your own business, this indispensable guide will tell you how to do it, and save you time and money in the process. Determine whether you would make a suitable franchisor or franchisee. Understand the legal terms and documents associated with franchising, such as: the Offering Circular, Franchise Agreement, Franchise Application Form, Site Evaluation Form, and Operational Manual Outline.

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Contents

Parti Buying a Franchise or Small Business
1
Checklists and Worksheets in this Book
9
Learning about Franchise Documents
13
Copyright

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Erwin J. Keup, a franchising specialist for more than 35 years, operates a private law practice in Costa Mesa, California, advising clients in matters dealing with franchising, mail order, general business and trademarks. He has been a member of the California Bar Association since 1972 and previously served on its Franchise Legislation Committee. Keup also has been a member of the American Bar Association's "Forum On Franchising" since 1987

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