Agreement by the person receiving the offer to abide by the terms and conditions of the person making the offer to purchase.
By the owner of the work as being fully complete in accordance with the contract documents.
1. A draft calling for payment at a future date which the drawee has agreed to pay by signing "Accepted" on the draft. 2. An unconditional assent to an offer; or an assent to an offer conditioned on only minor changes that do not affect any material terms of the offer; 3. An agreement to purchase goods on specified terms. 4. Receipt of a shipment by a consignee thus terminating the liability of the carrier for delivery.
Voluntary agreement to an offer. Real property acceptance must be unequivocal. Acceptance for goods, according to the Uniform Commercial Code, need not be unequivocal.
the stated intention of the seller of a home to agree to the terms of an offer being made by the buyer.In order to be valid, and acceptance must be in writing, Even with an acceptance in place, the person buying a property can revoke the offer before the seller has officially signed it.
The offeree's consent to enter into a contract to be bound by the terms of the offer.
The act of affirming an offer, either expressly or by implication through conduct, so as to enter into a contract.
A requirement for entering into a binding contract. If a contract proposal (offer) is made, it is accepted if the offeree signs the offer as submitted. If the offeree makes any changes to the offer before signing, it is a counter offer, not acceptance.
A seller's written approval to a buyer's offer or counter-offer that creates a legally binding agreement between the two parties.
consent to an offer to enter into a contract. Offer and acceptance create a contract when the acceptance is communicated to the offeror.
Consent to an offer or contract.
Agreeing to an offer and thereby forming a contract. Class
Voluntarily agreeing to the price and terms of an offer. Offer and acceptance creates a contract.
A voluntary and unqualified agreement to the terms of an offer.
(contract law) words signifying consent to the terms of an offer (thereby creating a contract)
the act of taking something that is offered; "her acceptance of the gift encouraged him"; "he anticipated their acceptance of his offer"
a clear expression of the accepting party's agreement to the terms of the offer
a clear manifestation by the offeree to be bound by the terms proposed by the offeror
a contract to accept a particular Counter-offer on exactly the terms specified in that Counter-offer
a manifestation of assent to the terms of the offer and of a willingness to be legally bound
an expression of intent to enter a contract in accordance with an offer
a statement made by the offeree indicating assent to an offer
Action of offeree in agreeing to terms of an offer that results in a binding contract.
An action by which the customer accepts ownership of software products as a partial or complete performance of a contract.
The act of agreeing to accept an offer.
The written approval made by the seller from a buyer's offer.
A form enclosed with the loan offer which is issued once a loan application has been approved. The acceptance form needs to be signed by all of the applicants to accept the terms and conditions of the loan offer. Once GPFC have received the acceptance we will instruct our legal team and, if applicable, a valuer.
Decision announced by the public authority when the goods or services provided by the contractor are assessed as having met the technical specifications of the contract.
A home seller accepts a buyer's offer. After a written agreement to the prices and conditions of the sale, a Purchase and Sale Agreement is drawn up and signed by both parties.
The act of accepting by an authorized representative; an indication of a willingness to pay; the assumption of a legal obligation by a party to the terms and conditions of a contract.
Agreeing to an offer on real estate.
The act of agreeing or consenting to the terms of an offer thereby establishing the “meeting of the minds” that is an essential element of a contract.
The agreement a buyer or seller enters into upon signing a contract which is binding by the terms of the offer.
Lack of evasion, resistance, or protest; acquiescence. Used in reference to the horse's unresistant willingness to allow the maintainance of a steady contact, the application of aids, and/or the placement of the rider's weight.
Agreeing to be bound by the terms and conditions of an offer or contract.
When the offeree accepts the offeror's last offer, you have an acceptance. I use offeree & offeror here because it's isn't necessarily the seller who always accepts or declines an offer. When a buyer makes an offer, he is the offeror and the seller is the offeree… but as soon as the seller makes a counter-offer, the seller becomes the offeror and the buyer, the offeree. See
A written document that the seller of a property has accepted the offer from a potential buyer.
A voluntary expression by the person receiving the offer (the offeree, and quite often the seller of the property) to be bound by the exact terms of the offer in the manner requested or authorized by the person making the offer (the offeror, and quite often the potential buyer of the property). An acceptance must be unequivocal and unconditional.
An offereeâ€™s consent to enter into a contract and be bound by the terms of the offer.
Acceptance refers to the formal written approval when a property seller accepts the offer made by the buyer for purchasing the property.
A legal term to describe event when the buyer offers to buy and the seller accepts the offer.
A contractual agreement that binds the offeree to the terms and responsibilities outlined in the offer.
the legal counterpart to "offer;" the two comprise a legal contract.
Action of offeree in agreeing to terms of an offer, thereby creating a contract.
The expression of the intention of the person receiving an offer (offeree, usually the seller) to be bound by the terms of the offer.
One party's agreement to the purchase offer of another party, such that a legal contract is formed and both parties are contractually bound. With an insurance contract, acceptance generally takes place when the agent binds coverage or the policy is issued. See also offer and acceptance.
The written approval of an offer.
Acceptance of a signed offer or counteroffer is the second step in the offer process--together the two constitute a legal contract.
Agreement to be bound to an offer.
Voluntary receipt of an item offered by another
consent by someone receiving an offer to its terms and conditions
A legal term referring to the acceptance of an offer. A buyer offers to buy and the seller accepts the offer.
A buyer's or seller's agreement to enter into a contract and be bound by the terms of the offer.
Refers to a legal term denoting acceptance of an offer. A buyer offers to buy and the seller accepts the offer
The act of an authorized representative of the Government by which the Government assents to ownership by it of existing and identified supplies, or approves specific services rendered, as partial or complete performance of a contract.... read full article
1. Drawing up a contract for goods or services, such as advertising. 2. Positive feelings for a promoted product.
The act required of the buyer in (legal) accepting a (legal) supplier's bid or offer.
An unconditional assent to an offer; OR An assent to an offer conditioned on only minor changes that do not affect any material terms of the offer; OR Receipt by the consignee of a shipment thus terminating the common carrier liability.
Agreeing to the terms of an offer to enter into a contract, thereby making it a binding contract. Also, the act of accepting delivery of a deed.
The date when both parties, seller and buyer, have agreed and completed signing and/or initialing contract.
Consent by the person receiving the offer to be bound by the terms and conditions of the person making the offer. Acceptance of an offer constitutes an agreement.
(aka Ratification) The time the offer or final counter offer is accepted in writing by a party and is delivered to and personally received by the other party or that party's authorized agent in accordance with the terms of the offer.
A positive response to an offer or a counter-offer that creates a binding agreement between the parties. Acceptance may be conditional upon the occurrence of certain events.
The expression of intent of a person receiving an offer in a real estate transaction to be bound by the terms of the offer. Acceptance must be communicated to the person making the offer. If the offer is in writing, then the acceptance may be in writing.
The formal written acceptance by the Commissioner of Transportation of an entire Contract which has been completed in all respects in accordance with the Contract documents.
When both parties have agreed on the price and terms related to a transaction and communicated their agreement to each other.
A positive response to an offer or counteroffer. An acceptance may be "conditional," "express," "implied" or "qualified."
an unconditional agreement to an offer. This creates the contract. There is no contract before acceptance and the offer can be withdrawn, but once accepted the contract is binding on both sides. If there are conditions then these have the effect of a counter offer that must be accepted by the other party.
A property seller's formal, written approval of a buyer's offer.
In contract, when the offeree (one to whom an offer is made) signifies assent and acceptance to the offer.
The seller's written approval of a buyer's offer.
Acceptance occurs when all buyers and sellers have signed an identical copy of the offer, including signature on separate but identical copies of the offer.
Agreeing to be bound by the terms and conditions of an offer. Once an offer has been accepted, an agreement is formed.
An essential element of every contract, it is the consent to be bound by the offer. In deeds, it is the consent to accept a grant of real property. Back to the Top
The document that you will need to sign and return to a lender if you wish to accept the lender's mortgage offer.
Notification by a party to a proposed contract that he accepts the offer of the other party of the terms proposed, as where an underwriter initials a slip or the proposer of a life assurance, on receiving an offer to insure from assurers, signifies his acceptance by paying the premium.
Occurs when the principal has accepted the terms of the contract and that acceptance has been communicated back to the other party; i.e., from a seller to a buyer.
agreeing to take an offer; the acceptance of an offer constitutes a contract.
With regards to an offer to purchase, a seller "accepting" the price and terms of a contract.
Usually, acceptance of an offer, according to the terms of the offer, creates an enforceable agreement or contract.
A party's consent to enter into a contract and be bound by the terms of the offer.
One of three requisites to a valid contract under common law (the other two being an offer and consideration). A contract is a legally binding agreement between two or more parties which starts with an offer from one person but which does not become a contract until the other party signifies an unequivocal willingness to accept the terms of that offer. The moment of acceptance is the moment from which a contract is said to exist, and not before. Acceptance need not always be direct and can, in certain circumstances, be implied by conduct (see acquiescence below).
An acceptance is a promise by the offeree to be bound by the exact terms proposed by the offeror. The acceptance must be communicated to the offeror.
The act of agreeing to enter into a contract and be bound by the terms of the offer.
Agree to the terms of an offer or contract.
When a seller agrees to a home buyer's offer. Acceptance is the first stage in negotiating to buy a home. It can be either (1) a written or verbal "yes" or (2) a conditional answer that needs further negotiation, such as "I'll accept if you pay $2,000 more." Since a verbal acceptance is difficult to enforce, make sure to also ask for it in writing. Once acceptance is final, the buyer moves on to stage two, selecting a mortgage.
An offeree's consent to enter into, and be bound by the terms of, a contract
1. Manifestation that a party assents or agrees to a contract. 2. Approval of the work of a construction contract.
Written approval, made by the seller, of acceptance of an offer made by a potential buyer
Agreement to an offer, thereby leading towards conclusion of a contract. One of the fundamental requirements of any contract of sale. Applicable to Contracts of Insurance also.