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Invitation to treat

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  1. a contract law term

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  2. comes from the Latin phrase invitatio ad offerendum and means an "inviting an offer"

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  3. The clearest example of an invitation to treat is a tender (or bidding in the U.S.) process

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  4. Or as Professor Burrows writes, an invitaton to treat is "an expression of willingness to negotiate

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  5. A person making an invitation to treat does not intend to be bound as soon as it is accepted by the person to whom the statement is addressed." Contract lawyers distinguish this from a binding offer, which can be accepted to form a contract (subject

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  6. The distinction between an offer and invitation to treat is best understood through the categories that the courts create

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