Mirror image rule

Mirror image rule,

Definition of Mirror image rule:

  1. A well established principle in contract law that a contract is only formed when the acceptance matches the offer exactly. The mirror image rule is used throughout the business environment and is based on the requirement for an absolute and unequivocal acceptance to an offer to create a contract, with anything less than that constituting a counter offer that effectively rejects the original offer.

  2. An image or object which is identical in form to another, but with the structure reversed, as in a mirror.

Synonyms of Mirror image rule

Regular, Uniform, Consistent

How to use Mirror image rule in a sentence?

  1. It always appalls me that the photo image, not the mirror image, may be what other people are really seeing.

Meaning of Mirror image rule & Mirror image rule Definition