offeree

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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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an offer of securities where the "offeree is an employee of the issuer or its affiliate".
altogether from the set of offerees, facilitating side deals with
One is that the offering must be at the same price to all offerees. The other is that some investors each invest a substantial amount of money in the offering.
Since investors must have access to the same type of information found in a registration statement, "the costs associated with providing the appropriate level of information to offerees over the Internet...
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.
the offerees. More specifically, it is the explicit specification of
(5.) The film is constructed as a balance offerees. Upon the failure of the proposed government trial, the murder of the prosecutor and a mysterious poisoning of the remaining sheep, Alexander disarms the village, confiscates its food, and puts it under curfew.
As a result, when a joint proposal for settlement does not allocate the amount offered between multiple offerees, it is not the offeree who bears the risk of its unreasonable rejection, but the offeror.
After all, a constitution represents the ultimate in standard form agreements, offered on a take-it-or-leave-it basis to comparatively powerless offerees.
relationship of the offerees to each other and the issuer, the number of