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ACCC Report Requires Franchisors To Consider The Quality Of Information Provided In Disclosure Documents
Before completing the annual update of your disclosure document, Franchisors need to be aware of the recent ACCC report regarding the inadequacies uncovered by compliance checks in the food services sector. The findings highlighted that many franchisors are not providing sufficient details in their disclosure documents. Inadequate disclosure may amount to breaches of the Franchising Code of Conduct.
Today, MST Lawyers would like to shine a light on World Suicide Prevention Day.
The recent Supreme Court of Victoria decision in Brondolino v Surf Coast Smash Masters Pty Ltd  VSC 505 provides an excellent overview of the difference between ‘possession’ and ‘occupancy’, and on the calculation of compensation due and payable to a Tenant who is unable to use leased premises for the specified purpose in the context of the Retail Leases Act 2003 (Vic).