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Law 206 Ch. 3 - Acceptance

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  • 1. Chapter 3 ACCEPTANCEIn this chapter you will: Define acceptance Differentiate between an acceptance and a counter-offer Discuss the mirror image rule Indicate the effect of silence on an offer Explain who is capable of accepting an offer Discuss the method of accepting a bilateral and a unilateral offer Discuss the impact of the mailbox rule on the acceptance of a contract Explain the effect of the rejection of an offer Define revocation Discuss the effect of the termination of an offer on the parties ability to create a valid contract
  • 2. AcceptanceAcceptance is the manifestation of assent in the manner requested or authorized by the offeror.
  • 3. Varying the Terms of the Offer First, to be valid, the acceptance must parrot exactly the terms of the offer. Second, any variance in the terms of the offer creates a counteroffer, which rejects and therefore terminates the original offer. Third, if the variance is merely a term that is implicit in the original offer, that variance will not constitute a counteroffer.
  • 4. When Does Silence Constitutean Acceptance? if the offer was solicited by the offeree or the contract is implied in fact
  • 5. Principal-Agent RelationshipAn agent is one who acts for and in the place of another, known as the principal, in order to enter into contracts with third persons on the principal’s behalf.
  • 6. Mailbox RuleThe acceptance of an offer of a bilateral contract is effective when properly dispatched by an authorized means of communication.
  • 7. Termination of the Ability toAcceptTo terminate an offer by an act of the parties, either the offeree must reject the proposal or the offeror must revoke the offer.
  • 8. Termination by Operation ofLaw Lapse of time The death or destruction of the subject matter The death or insanity of the offeror or offeree Supervening illegality