Where the plaintiffs entered into a franchise agreement for a Michel’s Patisserie to be located in Townsville and alleged that oral and written representations were made on behalf of the franchisor which they relied upon regarding the kinds of products which would be available for them to sell as a franchisee, the reliability and frequency of the supply of those products from Brisbane to Townsville, and the quality and condition of the products upon their receipt in Townsville. The plaintiffs alleged material non-disclosures. The plaintiffs sought losses associated with entry into the franchise agreement and loss of income consequential entering into the franchise agreement.
David Chesterman appeared on behalf of the first, second, third and fourth defendants, instructed by Thynne & Macartney.
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