What Is a Binding Offer?


A binding offer is an agreement that is considered legally binding if an offer is made and accepted between the involved parties. It contains elements such as offer, acceptance and intention to create legal relations. Any breach of contract can be disputed in a court of law.
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Obviously a non-binding offer is an offer that isn't binding. But beyond the semantics - what is it really? Two of the condo projects in our area, one that recently filed bankruptcy
Hi Pat - You should be able to simply withdraw your offer to buy the property. If you are under contract pending the release of a contingency you are not bound to wait forever on
In the play Othello, Iago offers to bind up Cassio's wound with his
It depends on what the paperwork says, I know many people back out of offers with little if any problems. My sister sold her house and had two people back out of their offer because
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A contract is considered legally binding if an offer and acceptance have been made and accepted. It must posses the following elements: offer, acceptance, intention to create legal relations, capacity and consideration. Any breach of a legally binding contract can be legally disputed in a court of law.
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