English version

letter of intent

From Longman Business Dictionaryletter of intentˌletter of inˈtent noun (plural letters of intent) [countable]LAW a formal letter stating what someone intends to do. A letter of intent is not a promise or a contract, but does show a serious intention to do somethingThe firm had signed a binding letter of intent (=one that counts in law as a formal agreement) to buy the chain of stores.They had only signed a non-binding letter of intent (=one that does not count in law as a formal agreement).
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