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Surya Tk (1 Points)

19 October 2019  
Mr. A offers to buy Mr. B's house on certain terms.Acceptance was to be sent by 'B' within 6 (six) weeks. B within one week sent a letter acceptlng the offer with an alteration of one term. A then withdrew his offer. B writes again within three weeks accepting the terms originally proposed by 'A'. Hence this is a valid contract.Comment?

 2 Replies

Sai Kalyan (12 Points)
Replied 13 November 2019

No, as the offer is altered, it lead to a counter offer and original offer gets lapsed
so accepting it after it is lapsed is of no use
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Rao Ramesh (9 Points)
Replied 30 November 2019

No. Conditional acceptance is no acceptance.

You should receive fresh offer from A to avert any future eventuality.

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