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How offer is revoked?
Last Updated: 7th January, 2020
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Also, can acceptance of an offer be revoked?
Revocation means an offer is withdrawn by the offerer. The general rule was established in Payne v Cave  that an offer can be revoked at any time before acceptance takes place. However, the revocation must be communicated effectively directly or indirectly to the offeree before acceptance  .
what condition must be met before revocation of an offer is effective? The buyer can revoke if (1) it occurs within a reasonable time after the buyer discovers or should have discovered; (2) before any substantial change in the goods not caused by their own defects; and (3) not effective until the buyer notifies the seller he is going to revoke.
Consequently, can unilateral offer revoked?
As a reminder, a unilateral contract is where an offeree accepts through performance. The modern rule is different – – unilateral contracts cannot be revoked once performance begins. That is, if B starts performing, A cannot revoke the offer. In the above example, if B is crossing the bridge, A cannot revoke the offer.
What do you mean by revocation?
After revocation, something has been officially taken away. Revocation refers to the cancelling or annulment of something by some authority. When revocation happens, a privilege, title, or status is removed from someone.