Communication of offer In Contracts & It Rules
An offer, its acceptance, and its revocation (withdrawal) is to be complete when it must be communicated. When the contracting parties are face to face and negotiate in person, a contract comes into existence the movement the offeree gives his absolute and unqualified acceptance to the proposal made by the offeror.
The following are the rules regarding communication of offer:
i) The communication of an offer is complete when it comes to the knowledge of the person to whom it is made.
ii) An offer may be communicated either by words spoken (or) written (or) it may be inferred from the conduct of the parties.
iii) When an offer/proposal is made by post, its communication will be complete when the letter containing the proposal reaches the person to whom it is made