Open the first page of your downloaded Statement of Intent template. Most letters that need to be sent officially are likely to be accompanied by a return address to which replies can be sent by mail if necessary. This document has reserved several lines in which the return address must be presented in the upper left part of the letter. In the following example, we show the buyer`s information. Step 3 – Document This Letter By Date Statement of Intent Regarding the Proposed Outsourcing Agreement After providing the definitions of the items in this letter, it will be time to execute them by signature. This letter has no legal basis if it is not signed. Therefore, the seller must find the signature section “Seller” at the end of this letter, then sign his name in the line “Signature of the seller” and indicate the “date” of the signature in the empty line on the right. Once the seller has signed and dated this letter, they must print their name in the “Print Name” line below. Access the Statement of Intent template or form by checking the available formats indicated on the preview buttons or links in this section.
This letter can be edited as a pdf file or as a word processor (Word or ODT). You may download each (and all) of these versions of the template at your discretion. If you want to express your intention to participate in a transaction (as a buyer or seller), continue down with “Step 2”. If you intend to find a job with these documents, continue with “Step 16”. A declaration of intent may be presented by one party to another party and then negotiated prior to performance (or signature). In the case of careful negotiation, a statement of intent can be used to protect both parties to a transaction. For example, a seller of a business may include what is known as a no-poof clause that would limit the buyer`s ability to recruit an employee from the seller`s business if both parties cannot complete the transaction. On the other hand, a declaration of intent can protect the buyer of a company by expressly conditioning his commitment to conclude the transaction if he is unable to finance the transaction.
 The purposes of this document and the form of accompaniment of the Memorandum of Understanding (“MOU”) in this sub-file are very similar, but unlike this form of declaration of intent, this draft law contains provisions for certain pre-contractual services/works that must be carried out. This model is also more appropriate than the MOU form in a case where none or some of the commercial and legal terms of the proposed transaction have yet been discussed or agreed. Non-binding – Inapplicable document. A symbolic letter to which the parties agree in principle, with the intention that a formal agreement be written in “good faith”. • had some discussions on a proposed agreement; • has agreed on most or all of the details of the services/work to be performed; • the commercial and legal terms governing the transaction have not yet been negotiated or agreed; • have decided that certain pre-contractual inputs/works will or could be signed, executed and paid for before the date on which the parties are likely to be able to conclude a detailed and definitive binding contract for all necessary services/works. If you do not wish to provide in your law for the possibility of such pre-contractual work, you should consider either the form of the declaration of intent for commercial transactions or the form of the declaration of intent (commercial transactions), both of which are attached to this declaration of intent. . . .