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Conditional acceptance means acceptance of supplies or services that do not conform to contract quality requirements, or are otherwise incomplete, that the contractor is required to correct or otherwise complete by a specified date.
An offer cannot be accepted conditionally; the offeree has power to accept only on the terms stated in the offer1 and nobody else has any power of acceptance whatsoever2.
A counteroffer functions as both a rejection of an offer to enter into a contract, as well as a new offer that materially changes the terms of the original offer. Because a counteroffer serves as a rejection, it completely voids the original offer. Thus, the original offer can no longer be accepted.
Conditional acceptance is also known as qualified acceptance. In this case, the offeree agrees to give his acceptance to the offer only if certain changes are made to the terms and conditions of the offer. This acceptance now becomes a counteroffer which must be then accepted by the offeror for it to become a promise.
A Conditional Acceptance is same as a Counter-Offer which has the legal effect of rejecting the offerees offer. Black Law Dictionary.

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The acceptance needs to be absolute and has to correspond with the terms of an offer. The acceptance has to be communicated by conduct or words. The acceptance is communicated when provided in a certain manner. Acceptance cannot be conditional.
An offer cannot be accepted conditionally; the offeree has power to accept only on the terms stated in the offer1 and nobody else has any power of acceptance whatsoever2.
Conditional acceptance means acceptance of supplies or services that do not conform to contract quality requirements, or are otherwise incomplete, that the contractor is required to correct or otherwise complete by a specified date.
Conditional acceptance is also known as qualified acceptance. In this case, the offeree agrees to give his acceptance to the offer only if certain changes are made to the terms and conditions of the offer. This acceptance now becomes a counteroffer which must be then accepted by the offeror for it to become a promise.
The acceptance needs to be absolute and has to correspond with the terms of an offer. The acceptance has to be communicated by conduct or words. The acceptance is communicated when provided in a certain manner. Acceptance cannot be conditional.

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