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June 2019 Archives

What exactly is an automobile franchise?

Independent businesses exist all throughout Florida. These entities are unique and are generally stand-alone businesses that are run by individuals, partners, or groups. The owners may have multiple locations for their businesses, but as long as they own each individual business, their entities will not be considered franchises. That is because franchises have a very different business structure.

Dealership termination

Dealership termination occurs when either the franchiser or dealership want to terminate their contract, resulting in closure of the dealership.

Ensure a chosen property will meet a business's needs

It can be hard to find the right property for a Florida business. Past posts on this blog have discussed the challenges individuals may face when they confront zoning and land use problems; issues can also arise when prospective lessees run into trouble in the negotiation of their lease agreements. However, simply locating a property that meets a business's needs can be tough on its own, and this post will discuss some of the considerations business owners may wish to make before committing to commercial properties.

Protecting franchisees' interests in business disputes

The relationship between a franchisor and franchisee is governed by an agreement between the parties. When Florida automobile dealers wish to open their own franchise, they may work with auto makers or other entities to set the parameters for what they may do and how they may sell vehicles under the franchisor's name. When disputes arise between the parties, the information contained in their agreement may be controlling.

Issues to address in a commercial real estate lease

Not every Florida business is able to or interested in buying the physical space where it will operate. For some, cash flow may prevent them from investing in real property when they are just getting off of the ground, and others may wish to have the ability to move if they locate spaces that more amenable to their needs. Therefore, commercial lease agreements are common contracts that business owners deal with I the course of their operations.

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18851 NE 29th Avenue
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Aventura, FL 33180

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315 S. Calhoun Street
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