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Universiti Malaysia Perlis (UniMAP)

 

Memorandum of Understanding (MoU) 2020 - 41

Memorandum of Agreement (MoA) 2020 - 3

 

Letter of Intent (LoI)

A basic note / instrument / document that has details that are equally known by the parties to a matter. It is a basic note / document that does not bind the parties legally. Typically, a LOI is signed by the Parties at an early stage of the relationship and a new cooperative relationship is to be established. LOI is signed between the University or Faculty / Center / Department and external agencies for a general purpose. It does not require JKPU / Senate / LPU approval. However, the Faculty / Center / Department must notify CIGC (local MOU) and CIE (international MOU) for the purpose of LOI and PUU records for legal review (if using other formats / external agencies).

 

Memorandum of Understanding (MoU)

A basic note / instrument / document that has details that are equally known by the parties to a matter. It also refers to a statement of understanding and desire of the parties to cooperate with each other in certain areas without establishing a legal relationship with each other. The parties are not bound by any obligations, financial implications, liabilities or legal liabilities. The MOU is signed between UniMAP and external agencies and is signed by the Vice-Chancellor or the officer he represents in writing and witnessed by the Registrar or the officer he represents in writing. The MOU must be approved by the University Management Committee Meeting. The Faculty / Center / Department must submit an application to hold an MOU through CIGC (local MOU) and CIE (international MOU) and obtain a legal review certificate from PUU.

 

Memorandum of Agreement (MoA)

An MOA is a instrument that establishes a legal bond between the two parties based on a reply or some promise made. The parties are bound by mutually agreed upon responsibilities, obligations and liabilities. This means that any breach of the terms in the MOA will allow the other party to take legal action against the party making the breach. The MOA is signed between UniMAP and external agencies and signed by the Vice Chancellor and witnessed by the Registrar. The MOA must be approved by the University Management Committee Meeting, Senate (if applicable to academic affairs) and LPU. The Faculty / Center / Department must submit an application to hold an MOA through CIGC (Local), CIE (International) and obtain a legal review certificate from PUU.