Closing shall be on or before specified date at a place and time agreeable to all parties. From the signing of this letter of intent until Closing, Seller shall operate its business under the normal course of business and Seller shall not present, enter into discussions, or offer to sell its business to any other party. This paragraph shall be binding on the parties although the balance of this letter only expresses the intentions of the parties.
Some of these instances include: Schools: Many times a school will require a letter of intent when a new club or group is forming. Expansion or downsizing: Letters of intent are sometimes used to let employees of large firms know that the company plans on either expanding or downsizing certain departments.