Acceptance

An action by an authorized representative of the acquirer by which the acquirer assumes ownership of products as a partial or complete performance of contract.

acceptance

[n] - the state of being acceptable and accepted 2. [n] - banking: a time draft drawn on and accepted by a bank 3. [n] - (contract law) words signifying consent to the terms of an offer (thereby creating a contract) 4. [n] - the act of taking something that is offered
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Acceptance

In contract law an unconditional agreement to an offer which creates a contract. There is no contract before acceptance and the offer can be withdrawn, but once the offer is accepted the contract is binding on both sides. Acceptance can be shown by words or conduct. If the person who receives the offer wants to impose conditions, these have the eff...
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Acceptance

The writing of the word 'accepted' on the face of a bill of exchange by the drawee together with... <a target=_blank href='http://www.finance-glossary.com/terms/acceptance.htm?id=1&ginPtrCode=00000&PopupMode=false' title='Read full definition of acceptance'>more</a>
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Acceptance

There are 3 ways in which a buyer will be regarded as having 'accepted' goods: • if he tells the seller he accepts • if he retains goods beyond a reasonable time without telling the seller that he wishes to reject them • if he does an act which suggests that the seller no longer owns the goods (e.g. if he gets someone othe...
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Acceptance

the unconditional agreement to an offer. This creates the contract. Before acceptance, any offer can be withdrawn, but once accepted the contract is binding on both sides. Any conditions have the effect of a counter offer that must be accepted by the other party.
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Acceptance

Ac·cept'ance noun 1. The act of accepting; a receiving what is offered, with approbation, satisfaction, or acquiescence; esp., favorable reception; approval; as, the acceptance of a gift, office, doctrine, etc. « They shall come up with acceptance on mine altar. Isa. lx...
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Acceptance

Contractual agreement instigated when the drawee of a time draft 'accepts' the draft by writing the word 'accepted' thereon. The drawee assumes responsibility as the acceptor and for payment at maturity. See: Letter of credit and banker`s acceptance.
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acceptance

banker`s acceptance noun banking: a time draft drawn on and accepted by a bank
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acceptance

noun the state of being acceptable and accepted; `torn jeans received no acceptance at the country club`
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Acceptance

• (n.) The act of accepting; a receiving what is offered, with approbation, satisfaction, or acquiescence; esp., favorable reception; approval; as, the acceptance of a gift, office, doctrine, etc. • (n.) State of being accepted; acceptableness. • (n.) An assent and engagement by the person on whom a bill of exchange is drawn, to pay ...
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acceptance

(from the article `contract`) Some of the rules respecting offer and acceptance are designed to operate only when a contrary intention has not been indicated. Thus, in German law ...
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acceptance

short-term credit instrument consisting of a written order requiring a buyer to pay a specified sum at a given date to the seller, signed by the ... [1 related articles]
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Acceptance

The measure of the limiting aperture of a transport line, accelerator, or individual device; it defines how 'large' a beam will fit without scraping. More technicaly acceptance is the phase-space volume within which the beam must lie in order to be transmitted through an optical system without losses. From an experimenters point of view acceptance ...
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Acceptance

[Heroes] `Acceptance` is the third episode of the fourth season of the NBC science fiction drama series Heroes and sixty-second episode overall. The episode has aired on October 5, 2009. ==Plot== The episode opens with Tracy Strauss getting ready to meet with Governor Robert Malden to get her job back. However, she wonders if it`s time for ...
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Acceptance

the written approval of the buyer's offer by the seller.
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acceptance

See acceptance testing....
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Acceptance

The act of agreeing to (accepting) the terms of an offer. For example, an employee accepts an offer of employment by agreeing to work for the employer for the wages offered. 2) A draft, payable at a determinable future, date upon the face of which the drawee acknowledges his obligation to pay it at maturity.
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Acceptance

n. it is the indication by one person to another of their willingness to contract on certain terms.
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Acceptance

In law, acceptance is the act by which a person binds himself to pay a bill of exchange drawn upon him. No acceptance is valid unless made in writing on the bill, but an acceptance may be either absolute or conditional, that is, stipulating some alteration in the amount or date of payment, or some condition to be fulfilled previous to payment.
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Acceptance

In UK railway signalling terms, 'acceptance' means the permission given by a signalman for a train to enter the section of line he controls.
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Acceptance

(of rolling stock) Final part of the process to introduce new types of rolling stock, onboard systems or infrastructure components to the railway network managed by Network Rail.UoS
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ACCEPTANCE

Applied to a Bill of Exchange, the person owing the debt signs or "accepts" the bill thereby acknowledging their indebtedness as evidenced by the bill.
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Acceptance

Refers to the commitment by an Importer, evidenced by their accepting a Bill of Exchange drawn on them by an Exporter, to pay for goods at a fixed date in the future.
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Acceptance

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