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This exercise deals with offer, an essential element of the bargaining process. There are basically three requirements to establish an offer: (1) intent; (2) definiteness; and (3) communication to the offeree.

Learning Outcomes

On completion of the lesson, the student will be able to:

  1. Define "offer."
  2. Analyze the words used and the surrounding circumstances to determine whether a person has intended to make an offer.
  3. Explain how a court may supply terms to make an offer more definite.
  4. Determine whether an offer was communicated to the party who purports to accept it.
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