Firm Offer


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Firm Offer

An offer to buy a security, company, property or anything else in which the price is not subject to negotiation. For example, one may make a firm offer to purchase a $400,000 house for $500,000 provided the seller makes all requested repairs. In this situation, the seller may either accept or decline the offer, but he/she cannot change it.
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For example, five consecutive 24-hour periods from your Conditional Firm offer becoming Unconditional to secure an alternative place.
You have a window of five days, for example five consecutive 24 hour periods from your Conditional Firm offer becoming Unconditional to secure an alternative place.
My firm offers professional development and mentoring opportunities.
The Broker Firm Offer forms part of the Retail Offer, together with the General Public Offer, the Policyholder Offer and the Employee Offer.
He added: "At the moment, we are just talking to one or two people, but there are no firm offers at this stage.
I think that if a firm offers benefits to a married couple, they ought to offer it to domestic partners.
LeRoy's firm offers to take over clients' work related to the Employee Retirement Income Security Act of 1974, "and in some cases the firms are very pleased to give it to us.
The firm offers a pension based on one sixtieth of final pay per year worked.
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For accelerated laboratory and outdoor testing, the firm offers five laboratories and 23 outdoor sites around the world with a variety of climates, including desert, subtropical, high-altitude and corrosive.
Italian firm offers turnkey recycling lines with throughput of 45 to 2500 lb/hr.