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The legal issues are what is a genuine offer and whether “a large notice” constitutes an offer to sell? 

How can i show the meaning more clearly?

CC1170 asked Mar 19 '13 at 14:15 yaman New member

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If you want to ask a question as part of a statement, you need to put the question in quotation marks, as if someone has spoken the words. 

 

The legal questions to ask are, “What is a genuine offer?” and “Is a large notice an offer to sell?”

 

Otherwise, just make a statement.  The answer to your question of “What is a genuine offer?” probably includes the second piece of information you are asking about, so there is really only one thing you seem to be looking for.  I don’t think that large notice needs to be in quotation marks.

 

The legal issue to understand is the definition of an offer, specifically whether a large notice constitutes an offer to sell. 

link comment answered Mar 19 '13 at 15:20 Patty T Grammarly Fellow

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