I work as a casual (non permanent) employee of an organisation, and the manager has asked me to write a letter of intent to send to a third party to outline intent to do something that has about a 50% chance of being pulled off. He doesn't even want to look at the letter, he just wants me to write it and send it.
So I looked up what a letter of intent is, It appears to me that letters of intent have legal ramifications (i.e. google shows examples of cases where one company sues another company to recover costs that were incurred as a result of acting on the letter of intent).
Who is legally accountable should their be a legal problem that occurs as a result of the content of the letter that my boss doesn’t want to look at? (I don’t want this to blow up in my face, am I being paranoid and worried too much?)