exclusive negotiating period/lock out agreement
exclusive negotiating period/lock out agreement
Agreement by the seller or both parties not to enter into negotiations with any third party that might jeopardise the acquisition for a certain period of time. The length of exclusivity must be reasonable based on the nature of the deal and time needed to complete.

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