letter of intent

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letter of intent

Formal written notice given by one party to another of a commitment to pursue an action, e.g., of a plan to bring suit against another party or to take on an assignment on behalf of that party.
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158) In the Union Bank Wind Farm Investment Letter, the OCC discusses several measures that Union Bank uses to secure its investment, such as the ability to force a vote to liquate the company; (159) however, none of these measures can be considered the equivalent of a lien.
Senator Karim Ahmed Khawaja said that in order to enhance investment letters were written to the sixteen countries but our commercial attaches are not cooperating.
Matt also runs Forbes Newsletter Group which publishes more than 40 online investment letters, and its virtual event business, Forbes iConferences.
There are reasons for this, of course, including the fact that many investment letters can "go anywhere" to ideas, where many mutual funds are constrained by investment critieria, such as all large cap stocks.
A Newhall Land spokeswoman said the company owns the land near Six Flags Magic Mountain cited in the investment letters but has no plans for a casino.
There are incalculably more investors available through e-mail, bulletin boards, chat rooms and online investment letters than with traditional letters or cold calls.
And the market already gives us abundant means of protecting against it, from Consumer Reports to the countless investment letters that evaluate stocks, mutual funds, brokers, corporate buyout offers, etc.
Advice abounds through such things as investment letters, usually at significant costs for those who have the time to read and trust advice.
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