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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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Operating in Wellington, Shropshire, but also covering the Staffordshire and West Midlands region, the firm offers a free no obligation quotation service.
"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."
I cannot make a decision until I have firm offers on the table."
The firm offers free collection of white goods, to stop them being an eyesore.
Meanwhile, Victoriaa[euro](tm)s board stands by its view that a sale would maximise shareholder value,A the companyA said, adding that a firm offer was not certain to surface.Country: UK, Sector: Furniture/Decoration/Home Furnishings, Wholesale/RetailTarget: Victoria PlcType: Corporate acquisitionStatus: Auction
Despite some tentative approaches from interested parties, Peace received no firm offers for his stake.
A division of the child-care center giant Knowledge Learning Partnerships, this firm offers a variety of after-school and summer programs for elementary schools, as well as two SES programs, Champions and Education Station.
Indian firm offers autotuned PID temperature controls, single- or multi-zone.
Referrals: Most ElderCare/PrimePlus services referrals come from others within the community who are aware that a firm offers these services.
That's because the firm offers clients ongoing support in many complex legal matters, such as regulatory compliance, that are vital to successful operations after the initial transaction is complete.
MILLIONS of people are losing cash because of ``phone fog'' and confusion over which firm offers the cheapest deal,MPs have warned.