counter-offer

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  • The group's counter offer suggested he stayed on as manager while they produced themselves.
  • Arafat turned down the offer without making a counter-offer.
  • Research In Motion put in a counter-offer, which was deemed superior.
  • She refused to pay the price named, and after a moment's hesitation, met it by a counter-offer of half the amount. Cited from House of Mirth, by Edith Wharton
  • She did not tell the Flames about the offer, but instead signed it before the Flames could make a counter offer.
  • Finally, an offer can be "killed off" if, rather than a mere inquiry for information, someone makes a counter offer.
  • It deals with offer and acceptance, more specifically with the effects a counter offer has on the existence of a contract.
  • This cycle of proposition and counter-offer, mediated by the chair, can take a while.
  • In a counter offer Tokuma agreed to sponsor a feature-length film for theatrical release.
  • He submitted a counter-offer and Frederick William accepted.
  • In it Lord Langdale ruled that any counter-offer cancels the original offer.
  • Arafat rejected Barak's offer and refused to make an immediate counter-offer.
  • The absence of any additional counter-offer or refusal by the other party is understood as an implied acceptance.
  • President Arafat rejected this offer and did not propose a counter-offer.
  • Six Flags then made a counter offer to instead buy SeaWorld Ohio.
  • President Clinton reportedly requested that Arafat make a counter-offer, but he proposed none.
  • Variation of the original offer counts as counter-offer.
  • The majority of these groups agreed a counter offer of placing candidates from the Central Round Table in a non-party transitional government.
  • An attempt to accept the offer on different terms instead creates a counter-offer, and this constitutes a rejection of the original offer.
  • This is not acceptance and hence it amounts to a counter offer.
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