๐Ÿ–Š๏ธ Standstill letter

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A standstill letter is a written agreement between two parties that outlines the terms of a business transaction or project. The letter is used to prevent any misunderstanding or miscommunication between the parties.

๐Ÿ–Š๏ธ Standstill letter

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Letter To Notify Supplier Standstill Period Complete (Without Challenge)

A letter to the successful supplier confirming that the standstill period has been completed without a successful challenge to the contract award process.

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  • That the standstill period has been completed without a successful challenge to the contract award process.
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    Confirm standstill period

    1. If a party wants to ensure that there is no misunderstanding about the start date or duration of a standstill period, they may want to confirm the details in writing. 2. A standstill letter can also be used to confirm the terms of an agreement reached orally, or to remind the other party of their obligations under the agreement. 3. In some cases, a standstill letter may be required by law or regulation, or it may be advisable to have one in order to avoid disputes or misunderstanding down the road.

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