Letter of Intent for Asset Purchase Deal Point™ Guidance

A letter of intent has many non-binding provisions (like a commitment to close) and some binding ones (non shop provisions, confidentiality, etc.). This one specifically is a step to show parties are earnest about seriously considering the purchase and sale of a business.

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February 12, 2018