The Letter of Intent is not binding, and rather silly at the worst of times. An LOI by definition only registers intent to purchase, and it specifies this intent weakly, and due to its ambiguity should be avoided.
LOI is a Legally Worthless Document That Means Virtually Nothing _ As a practical matter, in legal terms, the Letter of Intent is a worthless and meaningless document. The LOI is a badly flawed legal document. This is because the document is, as one experienced contract law expert put it, "an agreement to agree which is non_binding and non_enforceable as a contract."