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What is a letter of intent (LOI)?

A Letter of Intent (LOI) is a document that highlights the general plans of an agreement between two or more parties prior to the agreement being finalized. An LOI is not legally binding in its entirety but does include certain sections that are legally binding. As a whole, an LOI demonstrates a serious commitment to move towards a final agreement on the set out and agreed-upon terms.

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