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We are a franchisee for a company located in Denver. The franchiser

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We are a franchisee for a company located in Denver. The franchiser contracted someone to do their paperwork because she wanted to update her franchise agreements. When the process began we asked if we would be charged any of his fees. We were told it would probably be $300-$400 which would be split between the other franchisees and the franchiser.

Throughout the process we requested certain addendums necessary for the changes being made to the agreement. We were never told there would be additional charges for the requesting of these documents, yet we just received an invoice for $4100.00. What are our rights?
Submitted: 3 years ago.
Category: Business Law
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