Order Acknowledgment

Historically, suppliers would issue an order acknowledgment to advise the buyer that a purchase order had been received; however, the order acknowledgment has become part of the ‘battle of the forms’. The practice of issuing order acknowledgments has declined in some sectors, as individual transactions now occur within a broader business framework, such as an overarching contractual agreement. See also Battle of the Forms.

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