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LETTER OF INTENT

An oral contract, so the saying goes, is not worth the paper it is written on. While this may not be entirely true, it is certainly the case that failing to take the trouble to record your agreement in writing does make it difficult to prove what has been agreed, if there is some doubt about it later, writes Kim Franklin. And there usually is.

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