heads of agreement

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heads + of + agreement

Noun[edit]

heads of agreement (plural heads of agreement)

  1. (law, former, UK) A document stating the intent of the parties to enter into a binding agreement as outlined in the document.
    • 1995, Wolfgang Peter, Arbitration and Renegotiation of International Investment Agreements, page 116
      Finally, on July 10, 1984, Heads of Agreement were signed. Three extra drafting rounds were necessary in order to formally sign the Renegotiated Agreement.

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