contingent offer

contingent offer

See conditional offer.

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If you accept a contingent offer, it should contain an escape clause, which might let you out of the deal if you want to accept another offer that comes in later.
According to court filings, the Walton family-owned bank initially made a contingent offer of $10.53 per share in June.
"We made a contingent offer of $900,000, subject to 45 days for due diligence and the approval of A&P Commission," he said.
A smartly turned out police contingent offered salute to the late leader on the occasion.
Summary: UNIFIL's Korean contingent offered dental examinations to locals in Tyre Friday as part of a health-focused outreach program, a statement from the forces said.
An airport security force contingent offered a salute before Shaikh's body was handed over to her father, Abdul Aziz Sheikh.
Despite having own religious teacher and mosque, Pakistani contingent offered Eid prayers together with Bangladeshi contingent behind their religious teacher who very eloquently offered dua both in Urdu and Bangla.
The director of rugby had thrown a bone to a handful of his fringe figures in a competition low on the priority list, but few of the incoming contingent offered credible calls for longer-term selection.
Thousands joined the mourning in the capital and elsewhere wearing black badges as army bugles played the last post, while a combined military contingent offered ceremonial honour guards at the same house where a group of army officers killed Bangabandhu along with most of his family members.
Members would "bid in" with policies geared to their own national circumstances and, crucially, add contingent offers predicated on action from other members.
Contingent offers may be withdrawn if the examination reveals that the applicant is unable to perform in the position sought.