Clarification is sought to make a clause or term in a proposal or tender offer clearer or better defined for all parties involved, in order to avoid any misunderstanding or incorrect/unfair assumption being made. Governance regimes that do not allow post-offer negotiation may allow clarification as long as the terms of the bidder’s offer are not changed. See also Negotiation.

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