Offeree


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Offeree

The person or company that receives an offer.
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Under such a unitary test, localizing the place where an offeree accepts an offer in any particular state does not make that contact "significant" when reviewing a choice of law decision under the Hague test, (66) even though acceptance of the offer was essential to the formation of the contract.
impose costs on third parties similarly situated to the offeree.
The rationale for this perhaps being that takeovers are undertaken for commercially strategic reasons; offeree shareholders benefit by receiving value for their shares and offeror shareholders benefit by acquiring a business and assets.
2001) ("Two of the criteria for determining if a transaction is public are the size of the offering and the number of offerees.
In a similar manner, the panel believes that the requirement for bidders to "put up or shut up" within 28 days of being identified "has successfully provided the offeree company with the ability to control the duration of the period of uncertainty and disruption following the announcement of a possible offer".
Although City, the offeree, asserted that the construction would not
Once the offeree begins to perform, the offeree is vulnerable because the offeree could either revoke the offer or engage in opportunistic behavior by making a less favorable deal because the offeree has sunk costs.
Nevertheless in certain circumstances where the delay in reading the acceptance is contributed by the fault of the offeror, insistence on the information rule would not be fair to the offeree.
She also confirmed what any experienced clicker trainer knows: that more valuable long-term goals are without a doubt better served by clicker training than by the use offeree and coercion.
In the ultimatum game, an offeror and offeree must cooperate to take home a set amount of money.
Where an offer has not been accepted by the offeree, the offeror may revoke the offer provided the communication of such revocation is received prior to acceptance.