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If you are in any doubt about the Offer, the contents of the Offer Document or Letter or the action you should take, you are recommended to seek your own personal financial advice immediately from your stockbroker, bank manager, solicitor, accountant or other independent financial adviser authorised under the Financial Services and Markets Act 2000 (as amended) if you are resident in the United Kingdom or, if not, from another appropriately authorised independent financial adviser in the relevant jurisdiction.
This form of instruction (Form of Instruction) should be read in conjunction with the accompanying Letter dated [insert date of publication] and the Offer Document dated [insert date of publication] [which are available on [insert name of Offeror]’s website at [insert website address] [and [insert offeree name]’s website at [insert website address]]].
Unless the context requires otherwise, words and expressions defined in the Offer Document and the Letter have the same meanings in this Form of Instruction. Please read carefully the terms and conditions of the Offer as set out in the Letter and the Form of Instruction, which are incorporated in, and form part of, this Form of Instruction.
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[RECOMMENDED] [CASH] OFFER
[insert name of Offeror]
[insert name of Offeree]
If you wish to accept Choice 1 described in the Letter, you must send this Form of Instruction
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