An agreement does not necessarily have to be part of the traditional structure of a contract (i.e. with a block of parties, recitals, terms of the agreement, numbered articles, sections and a signature form). Most types of agreements are applicable in the same way if they are in the form of a letter from one party to another (and are “accepted” or “accepted” by the other party). A correspondence agreement is a letter containing the terms of the agreement and signed by the sender and receiver. Normally, a matching chord is used for short chords (although there are long exceptions). We refer to the share and asset sale agreement concluded on 9 March 2010 between Weagree B.V. (“Weagree”) and WW Legal Solutions B.V. (“WW”) (the “Acquisition Agreement”). With this correspondence agreement (the “Agreement”), we agree that. The parties may either sign individually or jointly sign and exchange copies. The latter method allows both parties to have originally signed contracts instead of photocopied signatures. Signature blocks must conform to the nature of the parties to the correspondence agreement.
The person signing the mail contract does so (if duly authorized) on behalf of the legal person. Signature blocks are therefore formatted as they are formatted in normal agreements. The recipient`s block of signatures is usually preceded by the words for acceptance (indicating that the letter itself is an “offer” in the legal sense of the term), for the agreement (which reflects the truly reciprocal nature of the correspondence agreement) or for confirmation (if the correspondence agreement contains the information that a seller makes in compliance with its obligation to inform). . . .