Acceptance is a final and unqualified expression of assent to the terms of an offer. Acceptance can be express or implied. Once an offer has been accepted, the offeror cannot revoke the offer and the offeree cannot withdraw the acceptance.
There is a general rule that acceptance has no legal effect until it is communicated to the offeror. As a general rule, an offeree who does nothing in response to an offer is not bound by its terms. Silence will not normally constitute acceptance. However, an offer may be accepted through conduct. Conduct will only amount to acceptance if it is objectively clear that the offeree’s act of acceptance was done with the intention of accepting the offer.