In the real estate world a letter of intention to buy is most often the first step a buyer takes when they have found the home that they wish to purchase. While it is a non_binding contract, once the letter has been received the seller will usually take the home off the market and stop considering other offers. For those who have never written one a letter of intent sample can be found at several websites on the Internet along with instructions covered how to fill it out effectively. You will find many different versions making it easy to find one that suits your specific needs.
If you are a landlord or a property owner and have been approached by a cellular carrier or cell tower developer about putting a cell site on your property, here is the rule for dealing with tower companies or carriers who try and get you to sign a "Letter of Intent"....... DON'T SIGN ANYTHING!!!!!!! Call your counsel or better yet call a qualified wireless consultant that can guide you and fight for your rights and needs. The carriers have experts...why shouldn't you?