An invitation to treat
|“||consists of any statement or conduct which is intended to elicit an offer to contract from some other party (e.g. the display of goods for sale in a shop window, in a catalogue, or by some other medium, such as the Internet) is generally not considered an offer to contract. Such displays are normally considered invitations to the public to offer to purchase the goods.||”|
- ↑ Consumer Protection Rights in Canada in the Context of Electronic Commerce, at 8.
- ↑ Id. at 24.