Bilateral Contract Explanation


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A bilateral contract is a negotiation process that allows the proposer and a single participant to exchanges offers repeatedly until a mutually acceptable Agreement is reached. The proposer is making a first offer and the participant can accept or provide a counter offer. The negotiation end as soon one of the parties accept one of the offers, or as soon one of the parties decide to abandon the deal.

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