What Constitutes An Offer? And Does It Need To Be Writing?

The person making the offer must intend to create a legal obligation, or appear to intend to create a legal obligation.

If the circumstances of the offer would cause a reasonable person to believe there was no intent to enter into a binding agreement (i.e. a joke), it will not be considered a valid offer.

An offer doesn’t need to be in writing, but must be communicated in some manner to be valid.

Jonathan W. Blado, Attorney at Law

Blado Kiger Bolan,Tacoma Attorneys

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