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offeree

n. a person or entity to whom an offer to enter into a contract is made by another (the offeror).

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2001) ("Two of the criteria for determining if a transaction is public are the size of the offering and the number of offerees.
One could assume that the Section 45 rule would be preferred as the most efficient rule since it would discourage offerees from engaging in costly preventative measures, lower opportunistic exploitation of sunk costs, and promote reliance on unilateral contracts, thereby benefiting offerors as a class.
14) These cases usually involved a lump sum proposal by multiple offerees to a single offeror.
between the issuer and the offeree, which helps determine whether the
In a result surprising only to economists, across many cultures offerors often propose a roughly even split (around 40 percent on average), and offerees faced with drastically unfair proposals frequently reject the offer.
It is in the dying moments of a contest when those players with the strongest of wills come alive, a characteristic intrinsic in the game's most dominant offerees.
74) But this hypothesis is easily rejected by experimental data; offerors repeatedly make offers considerably more than a pittance and offerees reject small proposals even though it means betraying their monetary self-interest.
Yet life is a one-time game, into which some of us fortunately are born into situations that permit us to act most often as offerors and most of us, less luckily, as offerees.
The number of offers may even exceed the number of current and anticipated vacancies if employers can demonstrate that a percentage of offerees will likely be disqualified or drop out of the pool.
A's experience with the offer does not translate into insight concerning what kinds of different offers would lead B and other offerees to be more likely to cross the bridge.
In Ralston Purina, the Supreme Court held that Ralston Purina could not avoid registration of securities under the private offering exemption when the offerees included, among others, a bakeshop foreman, a chow-loading foreman, and a clerical assistant.