Exclusivity agreements (also known as lock-out, shut-out or no-shop agreements) may be used in acquisitions to protect a prospective buyer against losing out to a rival bidder after spending significant time and money on negotiations. This note sets out the principal considerations arising in exclusivity agreements.
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