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Memorandum of Understanding (MOU)

A memorandum of understanding is a document used to articulate an agreement between two or more parties.  The document may be used between SAHs, CGs/Co-sponsors to outline expectations, responsibilities, and/or financial arrangements for their particular sponsorships. Unlike the undertaking to sponsor document, which is a contract, a memorandum of understanding is not intended to be a legally binding agreement. 

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