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Why Notices to Remedy Breach are Not all Bad

Posted by Elizabeth Gore-Jones on 4 September 2019

Elizabeth Gore-Jones will be presenting at the First Class Accounts franchise conference on the Gold Coast on 6 September 2019.

Elizabeth will be explaining:

1. how Notices to Remedy Breach work

2. what to do if you are a franchisee and receive a Notice to Remedy Breach

3. Common reasons for the issuing of a Notice to Remedy Breach

4. What happens if you do not remedy the Breach

and finally, Why Notices to Remedy Breach are a good thing!

Keep an eye out, we will be sharing some of this information after the conference.

Of course, if you have any questions please get in touch.

Author: Elizabeth Gore-Jones
About: Elizabeth specialises in franchising law. She lectures at Bond University PLA in franchising, she sits on the Queensland Law Society Franchising Committee, she is a past member of the Women in Franchising committee and a past member of the Franchise Council of Australia.
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