Greba, Justice Matheson

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Acceptance 

“… acceptance … a final and unqualified expression of assent to the terms of an offer.”

“Acceptance means the signification by the offeree of his willingness to enter into a contract with the offeror on the terms offered to him by the latter. Without an acceptance there can be no contract ….”
“In the ordinary case … there is a manifestation of willingness to be bound by one party followed by a manifestation of an assent by the other by words or conduct, generally and usefully called offer and acceptance.”
“Each of (these) definitions contemplates a willingness, either in words or by conduct, to be bound by the terms of the offer. But each definition also entails a manifestation, or a signification, or an indication of such willingness.”

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