Definition Edit

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.[1]

Overview Edit

"An invitation to treat is less than an offer and it is intended to elicit an offer to contract."[2]

References Edit

  1. Consumer Protection Rights in Canada in the Context of Electronic Commerce, at 8.
  2. Id. at 24.

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