This letter puts forth the non_binding intent of Buyer Name (Buyer) and Seller Name. (Seller) to enter into an Agreement whereby Buyer would purchase essentially all of the tangible and intangible assets, operations, and company name for the sum of Total Price, plus (or minus) the amounts for inventory, accounts receivable, accounts payable, and work_in_process (at cost) at the time of closing. Such amount to be paid for as follows at Closing: 1.$XXᇸ deposit on date executed by Buyer and signed by Seller and shall be applied as part of the payment at closing, but shall be refunded if no closing occurs on or before DATE. Also, the deposit can be contingent upon financing or other considerations. 2.$XXᇸ note payable to Seller at a X% rate for XX months (this relates to a Seller carry not as part of the financing), 3.$XXᇸ, (plus or minus adjustments typically for working capital changes), to be paid in certified funds, at close with a post close adjustment period usually 60╶ days after close to true the final accounting and working capital.
A letter of intent or LOI can be used in many different circumstances and is an outline of an agreement between two or more parties before it is finalized. These letters of intent spell out all the particulars so that each company or party entering into the agreement has a better understanding of what is involved. Letters of intent are used in many different faucets of the business world and are similar to a written contract only not as binding. A letter of intent is exactly how it sounds; it is a letter that is stating an intended purpose.