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Unformatted text preview: The worker filed suit against Ford and Ford filed suit against Allied. Allied claimed that the new acknowledgement form withstanding the voided clause had not been returned, so the provisions of the old contract held. The ct. found that Allied had actually accepted the agreement when it began work on the new purchase, and that the acknowledgement form was merely a suggested form of acceptance. Whether the suggested form of acceptance in the contract b/w parties was the only means of acceptance. Affirmed If the offeror prescribes an exclusive means of acceptance, an attempt on the part of the offeree to accept the offer by alternate methods does not bind the offeror. But, if an offeror merely suggests a means of acceptance, other means of acceptance are not precluded....
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- Spring '08