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- n. One who makes an offer to another.
- n. Someone who presents something to another for acceptance or rejection.
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- n. someone who presents something to another for acceptance or rejection
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Keep in mind that until you accept, the person or company who made the offer--called the offeror--may revoke the offer.
The agency does not take a view about the effectiveness of the "offeror" mechanism in a liquidation scenario.
Fitch understands that according to the "offeror" mechanism, the two separate notes to be issued under the issuing entity LLC Victoria-Finance will benefit from an irrevocable "offer" from each holdco - OJSC Victoria Group; CJSC Torkas; LLC Victoria-Moskovia; LLC Victoria-Development; and LLC Victoria-Baltia - to purchase the notes in the event of a default.
The "offeror" must spell out how much it is paying banking advisers, lawyers, accountants and public relations firms.
Additional procurement documentation for completion by the offeror is also attached.
Specifically, NASA JSC is looking for an offeror that supports a network of experts that can facilitate solutions to a vast array of issues and challenges facing the future of human health and performance in spaceflight.
The potential offeror will provide NASA JSC with the methodology and infrastructure to facilitate Open Innovation within the organization and for solutions to outsourced challenges or problems.
There's a mechanism in Ontario courts that allows a party to make an offer to settle and if the offer is rejected and the rejector doesn't get a better result at trial than the offer, the rejector only gets their costs to the date of the offer and the offeror gets their costs generally on the higher solicitor-client costs basis for costs from that date on.
On Thursday, EMI said its "discussions with the potential offeror have now ceased" because the company "has not received an offer that fully reflects the prospects for and value of the company and which it could recommend to shareholders."
Payment or no payment, when an option agreement exists, the offeror cannot revoke the offer until the time period ends.
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