Letter of Intent to Purchase Assets of Business
Are you in negotiations to purchase the assets of a business? Set down the terms of your offer in writing with this Letter of Intent template.
- The letter of intent is not a contract and is not legally binding, except as it relates to the negotiations between the parties, such as confidentiality provisions.
- In this template, the buyer intends to incorporate a new company which will purchase all of the assets and goodwill of the business from the seller.
- The letter has a built-in expiry date, which will take effect if the parties fail to execute and deliver a formal Purchase & Sale Agreement within a specified number of days.
- If the buyer is willing to proceed and the seller fails to go through with the transaction, the seller will pay the buyer's costs and a percentage of the purchase price as liquidated damages.
Putting a Letter of Intent in place indicates to the seller and to other interested parties that you intend to complete the purchase of the business assets and allows the parties to move forward on related matters on that basis. Buy and download the template today.
Last Updated: 14-April-2016