Bidder


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Bidder

A firm or person that wants to buy a firm or security.

Bidder

A potential buyer. The term may apply regardless of what the bidder is seeking to buy. To give only a few examples, bidders seek to buy houses, stocks, bonds, and whole companies. A bidder may be an individual or a corporation. Generally speaking, a seller finds the bidder who offers the best deal and executes the sale with him or her.
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Subsequent to July 18, 2016, members of management of borgans, individual board members and the company's legal and financial advisors had reached out on various occasions and had discussions with Bidder V and its representatives to encourage Bidder V to execute a non-disclosure agreement and to work towards a definitive proposal, and to do so in a timely fashion given the rapidly approaching date (September 14, 2016) for the stockholder vote on the SBE transaction.
CVCF kitchen and dining room remodel, East Wenatchee; apparent low bidder was Halme Builders.
If the bidder establishes that HMRC has succeeded in an anti-avoidance challenge, it will need to draft an explanatory statement.
When this occurs, the price is no longer equal to the second-highest bidder's willingness to pay--all we know is that the value of at least one bidder is greater than or equal to the Buy It Now price.
If it is found that the bidder had knowingly and willfully violated the State Finance Law in this regard, the bidder and any of its subsidiaries, related or successor entity will be determined to be a "non-responsible" bidder and shall not be awarded the contract.
John Musick, the debtor who acquired Ritter Ranch in 1998, is also interested in securing an appropriate bidder.
One of the most interesting of these bidder agents is the web-based service esnipe.
Supply of overhead and underground transformers, Chelan County PUD; apparent low bidder was Wesco Distribution.
Solow, who states that he was a bidder during the 2003 auction, is seeking millions in damages and also potentially a nullification of the sale.
But Romer said each bidder submitted a plan to provide insurance on the project for only 30 years at most.
The advisor will also exercise his judgment at this time as to whether or not a prospective bidder will be willing and able to complete a transaction at a "satisfactory" price.