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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"We have not had any firm offers for Charlie and he is still a QPR player."
"We haven't had any firm offers for Charlie and as far as we're concerned he's a QPR player and will want to do his best to get his goalscoring tally up to where it was last year."
If you have met and exceeded the conditions of your firm offer you should be able to TURN TO PAGE 2
Adjustment only works on the original firm offer and you as the student have to decide whether or not you have met all the conditions of the offer and exceeded at least one of them to be eligible.
``We are pleased with the level of interest so far, which has resulted in two firm offers being made.
Under the UKa[euro](tm)s takeover rules, the bidder has until 13 August to make up its mind whether to make a firm offer, or walk away, the target company has said.
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M2 EQUITYBITES-April 22, 2015-Willis Makes Firm Offer to Buy Gras Savoye
Under the local takeover norms, Schneider Electric has until 8 August 2013 to come up with a firm offer to buy Invensys.
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31 May 2013 a[euro]" UK fine jeweller Theo Fennell Plc (LON:TFL) said today that the Takeover Panel had approved another extension to the deadline by which private equity firm EME Capital LLP should make a firm offer for the company, this time until 28 June.
Given the early stage of the negotiations, there is no guarantee that they would result in a firm offer being made.