A declaration of intent is not binding. Therefore, when concluding a Memorandum of Understanding, it is important to ensure that the provisions are not formulated in a non-binding manner. If a Memorandum of Understanding contains provisions that do not clearly indicate that this is an intention, the Tribunal may consider the agreement to be binding. An example of this is: supplier delivers to the customer […]. Better yet: the supplier intends to deliver to the customer […]. A letter of intent is a written document that describes a preliminary agreement between two parties on the terms of a possible purchase or other transaction. Consider this to be a roadmap for negotiation and agreement. The two parties can agree on certain terms, while agreeing to continue to negotiate the other terms and details of the transaction before actually signing a sales contract. This non-binding expression of interest (EOI) An Expression of Interest (EOI) is one of the first transaction documents that the buyer shares with the seller as part of a potential ATM agreement. The EOI draws attention to the buyer`s serious interest in having his business interested in paying a certain valuation and acquiring the seller`s company through a formal offer. is confidential and can only be disclosed to you, the company and its consultants on a proven basis.

It is not intentional and is not considered a binding obligation of OUR NAME or any of its related companies to conduct a transaction with the entity or to continue the review of such a transaction. Subject to the following sentence, neither party is bound in any way in the context of this letter, unless the parties enter into a final agreement and are then bound only in accordance with the terms of this agreement. Notwithstanding the contrary provisions of this letter, the exclusivity and confidentiality agreement, once executed by the parties, constitutes binding obligations on the part of the parties. 7. Disclosure. No party will issue or issue press releases relating to the existence of this letter or the proposed acquisition and sale between the parties without first obtaining the agreement of the other parties, with the exception of communication with employees, customers, suppliers, government agencies and other groups that are required by law or necessary or appropriate (i.e. all statements or disclosures in securities) that are not inconsistent with the immediate settlement of transactions in this letter. The provisions of this paragraph apply to the termination of the agreements covered in paragraphs 5 to 10. With the exception of the provisions of paragraphs 5 to 10 of the second part, each party hereafter confirms its intention that this letter as a whole, and in particular paragraphs 1 to 4, does not constitute a legal and binding obligation, contract or agreement between one of the parties, which they do not constitute and are not invoked.

Accordingly, the parties agree that any party to this letter may, unilaterally or for no reason, withdraw from the negotiation or trade, at the sole discretion of the outgoing party, by informing the other party in writing of the revocation. If a party withdraws from trading or trading before negotiating or not negotiating in good faith, or if each party has not entered into the sale contract by – any obligation to negotiate and prepare the final agreements or to negotiate in another way with another party to this letter, to immediately terminate the agreements reached between the parties in accordance with paragraphs 5 to 10 and to retain the deposit paragraph 10.