The Self Employed Management Model
An agreement where you retain an agreed % of all net weekly sales. Here we detail the main points of this type of agreement.
With all the agreement types and contracts available in the market it can get confusing choosing which suits you best.
To coincide with the launch of our new FindMyPub.com Self-Employed Management area here we highlight the main points of the contract so you can see if it’s the agreement for you.
Deposit/Bond - Minimal, usually around £5000, returned at the end of the agreement.
Legal fees - independent legal advice, accountant’s advice and surveyor’s advice.
Fixtures & Fittings - Pub Company retains responsibility for all repairs.
Maintenance - Pub Company retains responsibility for all repairs.
Running Costs - Covered by the Pub Company including all consumables Sky TV, Business rates, Utilities, Buildings Insurance, licences, cleaning & office supplies, reasonable entertainment charges incurred, gardening bills and marketing materials.
Assignable Agreement - No rights to assign the agreement for any goodwill premium.
Contractual Payments - Pay yourself and your staff, the council tax for your living accommodation, registering for VAT machines gaming duty, any insurance outlined in your contract. The Pub Company retains responsibility for all repairs, investment, other bills, including food and drinks purchases.
Tie Status & Purchase Obligations - the Pub Company supplies all food and drink for the site. There may be some occasions where the operator is not tied on food products.
Fruit Machines, Quiz machines & Jukeboxes - Pub Company retains all income.
Business Assistance from Landlord - The area manager will work with you to make sure the pub is ready to run in line with the shared vision for the site.
The Pub Company will supply everything you need to get you up-and-running in advance, so the pub is ready to trade with the appropriate food and drinks menus format already set up for you.
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