The following Corporate precedent provides comprehensive and up to date legal information covering:
Strictly private and confidential
To: [insert buyer name]
[insert buyer address]
Date: [insert date]
Dear [insert buyer contact name],
Proposed acquisition of [insert target company name] Limited
We refer to our recent discussions concerning the proposed sale by [insert seller name] (Seller) of [the entire issued share capital OR [insert other description of number of shares being sold]] of [insert target company name] Limited (the Company) (Sale Shares) to [insert buyer name] (or member of its group of companies) (the Buyer) (the Proposed Acquisition). Each of the Seller and the Buyer is a party and together they are the parties.
You have requested certain Confidential Information [(and Personal Data) ]([each as ]defined below) be made available to you, your directors, officers, employees, agents and legal and financial advisers in order to enable both you and them to evaluate the Company [and its subsidiaries (the Group),] and to consider and negotiate the terms of the Proposed Acquisition. In consideration for the Seller agreeing to supply, and supplying, the Confidential Information to you and your representatives [and the payment to the Seller of the sum of £1, receipt of which the Seller hereby acknowledges], you (for yourself and on behalf of your representatives) agree to the terms set out in this letter.
For the purposes of this letter:
means any and all information of whatever nature and form disclosed
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