Since offer and acceptance are necessarily interconnected, offer and acceptance in California, United States, are jointly analyzed as sub-elements of an element called either the agreement of the parties or mutual consent.  A hypothesis is a clear and clear articulation of consent to the offer of another. The capacity to accept the tender shall be determined by the tenderer. A supplier may give the power of acceptance to a person, a particular group of persons, a class of persons or any person who meets the requirements of the offer.  The tender determines whether the tenderer can accept by words or performances.  Unless otherwise specified in the offer, the offer may be accepted in all reasonable ways.  Finally, the tenderer must still know the tender and accept the conditions before accepting it. Problems can arise if it is not clear whether an offer anticipates the type of acceptance in the form of performance or promise of return. Section 32 of the recast (second) of the contracts attempts to address this problem by providing that “in case of doubt, a tender shall be interpreted in such a way that it invites the tenderer to fulfil the promise to fulfil what the tender requires, either by providing services as the tenderer chooses”. More and more lawyers are adopting this approach. The second act is, in turn, conduct which makes it possible to accept that the balance held by the sales undertaking be used as an offer to provide that service for remuneration.
The other issue in the communication of acceptance is the effect of the action or omission or conduct. These indirect efforts must lead to effective communication of their acceptance or non-acceptance. If it does not have such an effect, there is no communication, regardless of the acceptance of the offer itself. A simple one-sided mental attitude in one`s own mind would therefore not be limited to communication. If a decision by a bank to sell land to “A” A was not notified, it was found that there was no communication and therefore no contract. o Payne v Cave- at an auction, acceptance is made if the auctioneer beats the hammer and an offer can be revoked/withdrawn at any time before that date. The acceptance of an offer is the expression of consent to its conditions. Acceptance must in principle be made in accordance with the procedures indicated in the offer. If the offer is not a type of acceptance, the acceptance may be made in a manner that is reasonable in the circumstances. However, acceptance shall be valid only if the tenderer is aware of the tender, if the tenderer expresses an intention to accept and if the acceptance is expressed as a clear and unconditional consent to the terms of the tender.
Many offers specify the type of acceptance, whether orally or in writing, by phone or in person, by handshake or ceremony. Other tenders leave open the nature of the acceptance, allowing the tenderer to accept it appropriately. Most consumer transactions fall into this category, for example. B when a buyer “accepts” a merchant`s offer by taking possession of a particular thing and paying at checkout. However, what constitutes an “appropriate” assumption varies from treaty to treaty. . . .