No-Shop Clause

A No-Shop Clause is a provision in an agreement, usually a letter of intent or term sheet, whereby the parties agree not to pursue an investment or deal with any third parties for a set period of time.

Example:

Our term sheet included a thirty-day no-shop clause.


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