Contract Law Motor Industry

Motor Industry Law

Dealer agreements, contract negotiations, commercial litigation, disputes with dealers

Car designers are just going to have to come up with an automobile that outlasts the payments.

Erma Bombeck

Motor Industry Law

For over fifteen years John and his team have acted for and provided local motor dealers Irish and an international motor vehicle company with top class legal advice.

The international company imports and sells motor vehicles through an extensive dealer network throughout Ireland. This involves ongoing legal work.

The client has extensive and comprehensive dealer franchise agreements which must comply with Irish Law and with European Directives.

The dealer network can become involved in disputes over their products, the terms of dealer agreements and bank guarantees.

Appointing new dealers involves finalising the terms of dealer agreements and dealer support agreements. If the company is providing finance to the new dealer then it may be necessary to take security over the dealer’s assets by way of first or second charges.

Griffin Solicitors acts for motor dealers and international motor vehicle company in contentious litigation and arbitration. Either a dealer dispute goes legal or the company is joined in litigation in relation to the sale of motor vehicles.

The work is varied and ongoing.

It is a specialized area involving:

  • Dealer Agreements
  • Contract Negotiations
  • Commercial Litigation
  • Disputes with dealers
  • Personal Injury Litigation*
  • Keeping up to date with and advising on European Legislation as it affects the motor industry

We aim to work closely with all our commercial clients to provide efficient legal solutions to problems.

If John and his team can be of assistance to you then please contract John at ph: 01 4907651 or email: [email protected]

* in contentious business, a solicitor may not calculate fees or other charges as a percentage or proportion of any award or settlement.

John Griffin

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