How Letter of Intents Are Used in Business Acquisitions. A letter of intent (LOI) is a written document that outlines the key terms and conditions of an agreement which will form the basis of a contract, prior to it being finalized. LOI's are typically drafted by a buyer and express their serious interest to enter into a business transaction and continue the discovery further.
4.Adjustments and pro_rations shall be made at Closing for rent, utilities, and property taxes. 5.Buyer must find acceptable financing for a portion of the purchase price. (could be a contingency) 6.Seller shall assist in delivering, and Buyer must receive, a lease agreement with rates and terms that are acceptable to the Buyer for the property at specified address.