franchise - letter of intent

A written statement of intention to perform an act. In franchising, the franchisor sometimes provides to the prospective franchisee a letter of intent stating the company’s intention to offer a franchise agreement. In commercial banking practices, a letter of intent, or commitment agreement, may state the bank’s intention to make a loan to the prospective franchisee. Letters of intent are usually not binding legal commitments.

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