Franchise Forms

Sign up franchisees and regional managers with these fully editable and downloadable franchise agreements and forms. All documents are written by franchising specialists.


If you've got a business model that is successful, a fast way to grow the business is to franchise it. Franchising isn't for every business, or for every business owner, but if you've got the ambition, the energy and the willingness to see it through, you might be a good candidate to become a franchisor.

First, you really need to understand the reasons why your business has succeeded, and know your business inside and out. Write it all down, then review your notes with a franchise consultant to determine whether or not franchising is a good idea. It's important to determine the costs of franchising the system and to put together a viable growth plan, and the consultant can help you do that.

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Additional Services Supplement to Franchise Agreement

Franchisors, help your franchisees develop their franchise business and improve their chances of success by supplying them with additional services.

  • This Additional Services Supplement to Franchise Agreement template outlines the services that the Franchisor will provide to the Franchisee on an ongoing basis.
  • The Franchisor may at its option provide the Franchisee with various types of financing.
  • The Franchisor may provide the Franchisee with legal services to incorporate a company, however, the legal advisor will be acting on behalf of the Franchisor, not the Franchisee.
  • The Franchisor may also provide the Franchisee with the option to access accounting, computer consulting, banking, and other services.
  • This is a generic legal document which is not specific to any country.
The Additional Services Supplement to Franchise Agreement is downloadable and fully editable to meet your needs.
$6.29

Alberta Franchise Agreement for Photo Developer

Set up photo developing franchises in Alberta with this comprehensive Photo Developer Franchise Agreement template.

  • The franchisor is responsible for providing training and assisting the franchisee in establishing the photo developing business.
  • Each franchisee will set up a franchise within the development area.
  • Franchisees must contribute to the marketing fund and maintain a high level of quality in the business.
  • A principal of the franchisee must sign as guarantor, to guarantee the obligations of the franchisee.
This Alberta Franchise Agreement for Photo Developer is provided in MS Word format, and is fully editable to meet your needs.
$46.99

Alberta Franchise Sublease Agreement

Alberta franchisors, sublet a commercial premises to one of your franchisees with this Franchise Sublease Agreement.

  • The parties to the Agreement are (i) the franchisor as the original tenant (sub-landlord), (ii) the franchisee as sub-tenant and (iii) an owner of the franchisee who acts as guarantor of the lease.
  • The sub-tenant indemnifies the sub-landlord against all claims and damages if the sub-tenant breaches the lease.
  • The sub-tenant is not entitled to any tenant improvement allowance which may be paid to the sub-landlord under the original head lease.
  • The sub-landlord has the right to establish and enforce rules and regulations regarding the use of the sub-leased premises.
  • The sub-tenant agrees not to overload utility and service facilities to the premises.
  • The sub-tenant is responsible for its own insurance.
  • The sub-landlord is not liable for death or injury of a person or for loss or damage of property in the sub-leased premises.

To download the Alberta Franchise Sublease Agreement, put it in your shopping cart and go through the secure checkout.

$29.99

Australia Franchisee Evaluation and Application Form

Gather the information you need to evaluate a potential franchisee with this Franchisee Confidential Evaluation Application form for Australian franchises.

The application form gathers information about the applicant, which allows the franchisor to conduct:
  • an evaluation of the skills and expertise of the potential franchisee, based on employment background and management history;
  • a verification of the applicant's financial resources by performing credit checks and other searches, based on financial information provided;
  • an assessment of the overall capabilities of the applicant.
The Australia Franchisee Confidential Evaluation Application template is provided in MS Word format, and is fully editable.
$2.29

Australia Long Form Franchise Disclosure Document

Provide a long form franchise disclosure document to your franchisees and potential franchisees with this free Annexure 1, in accordance with the Australia Franchising Code of Conduct.

  • All franchisors operating in Australia, whether domestic or foreign, must comply with the requirements of the Code.
  • The long form disclosure applies to businesses with an actual or expected annual turnover of $50,000 or more at any time during the term of the franchise.
  • The disclosure form provides franchisees or potential franchisees with detailed information about the corporation, the business, the franchise agreement, financial history, etc to help them make an informed decision with respect to buying a franchise or renewing an existing agreement.
  • The disclosure document must be provided to the franchisee at least 14 days before they sign a franchise agreement, along with a copy of the agreement and the Code.

This Australia Long Form Franchise Disclosure Document is Annexure 1 to the Franchising Code of Conduct. Updated to reflect 2010 amendments.

Free

Australia Short Form Franchise Disclosure Document

The Australia Franchising Code of Conduct requires franchisors in Australia with annual turnovers of less than $50,000 to provide their franchisees with this Annexure 2 Short Form Franchise Disclosure Document.

  • The short form disclosure is basically a shortened version of the Long Form Franchise Disclosure Document which is Annexure 1 to the Franchising Code of Conduct.
  • The short form is only for use by small business franchisors (less than $50,000 of actual or expected annual turnover at any time during the term of the franchise).
  • The disclosure document must be given to all potential new franchisees and to existing franchisees who want to renew their franchise agreements.
  • The document must be updated each year within 4 months of the end of the financial year.

This Australia Short Form Franchise Disclosure Document is Annexure 2 to the Franchising Code of Conduct. Updated to reflect 2010 amendments.

Free