The Key to an Effective Letter of Intent. A letter of intent, or LOI, is a document that outlines an agreement between two or more parties before the agreement is finalized. A Letter of Intent resembles a written contract, but generally are not binding upon the parties. The purpose of an Letter of Intent may be to clarify the key points of a complex transaction for the convenience of the parties, to declare officially that the parties are currently negotiating, as in a merger or joint venture proposal, or to provide safeguards in case a deal collapses during negotiation
This offer will remain open until Xᚨ p.m (typically 5ᚨpm eastern time). on a specified DAY, and DATE, and will automatically expire unless accepted before that time. It is the intention of Buyer to offer employment after the sale to all of Seller's employees (then an employment agreement with terms must be communicated). Typically, some of the obligations, but not limited to that the Buyer and Seller may wish to incorporate to consummate a transaction anticipated by the LOI are: 1.Execution of a definitive Contract for Sale (Asset Purchase Agreement or Stock Purchase Agreement) acceptable to both parties on or before the specified date, which clearly specifies the assets and liabilities to be acquired from Seller by Buyer and contains the customary warranties, representations and other provisions for a transaction.