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disclosure letter noun

a letter written to the buyer from the seller concerning a business sale which serves as 1. a source of further specific information for the buyer on the target business (in addition to information gathered during the due diligence process and 2. a way of minimising the seller’s risk of a claim being brought against it for a breach of warranty
The Company has set forth in Section 2.1(b) of the Company Disclosure Letter a true and complete list of all of the Company's Subsidiaries.

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