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    So I am confused because Tina decides she wants to sell her bike and just sends a fax to Mike her good old friend. She offers to sell the bike to Mike. She sends this on the 15th of October in the morning, He tells Mike to get back to him ASAP as otherwise he will sell it to someone else as many people are interested. Mike is away that week which Tina does not know and he does not respond. But when he does it is too late because Tina advertises it and meets someone interested and he comes back to say yes he is interested and faxes it back. Now what.
    SO what law would be applied here?
    I'm trying to break it down as to whether there was a damn offer or an ITT to begin with. It feels like it was an ITT and not an offer as there wasn't a fixed price on it. I mean how would i know what was said before faxing it through? It doesn't seem definite nor certain. But i said possibly there could be a contractual obligation but have no idea. Any cases that'd help me to understand this?
 
 
 
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