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In contract law, an offeror (also: offerer) is a person who makes an offer to someone else (the offeree) to make a contract. A binding contract is made when an offer made by the offeror to the offeree, and the offeree accepts that offer. In common law systems, the concepts of offer and acceptance are fundamental in deciding on whether or not there is a binding contract between two parties.

An offeror may make a general offer to the whole world at large (for example, a person may publish an advertisement in a newspaper offering $100 for the safe return of her cat) or a specific offer to a particular person (for example, “If you find my cat I will give you $100”).