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Letter of Intent (LOI)
A letter of intent (LOI) is a document outlining the understanding between two or more parties that they intend to formalize in a legally binding agreement. In M&A, a letter of intent is one of the first documents negotiated and exchanged between the business buyer and seller. In basic terms, it signals the buyer’s interest in acquiring the seller’s business.
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