ready, willing, and able

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Ready, Willing, and Able

Describing a person prepared to undertake an action. The term is especially used in reference to one ready to enter a contract.

ready, willing, and able

One who has the desire and the ability to act.If an owner has an exclusive right to sell listing contract with a broker,and the broker produces a buyer who is ready,willing,and able to buy,but the seller refuses to sell,the broker has earned the commission.

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"Lennox is ready, willing and able to fight at any time in any place.
Courts have held that preparation of a contract of sale by the attorneys for the seller will deem the purchaser to be a ready, willing and able buyer.
And, they are ready, willing and able to do this on day one, with just moments to decide which property best suits their needs.
Madison Square Garden is ready, willing and able to make a firm and binding commitment."
Honored guest Jorge Mercado, principal business analyst, The Port Authority of NY & NJ, an event sponsor, said, "We're ready, willing and able to do business with small, minority and women-owned businesses, and expect the same from them."
Among the BID's first efforts was a clean streets campaign, for which it retained the services of the Doe Fund: Ready, Willing and Able, a non-profit organization that provides jobs and housing to formerly homeless men and women.