Definition of Any-and-all bid
1. Noun. A takeover bid where the acquirer offers to buy any and all shares outstanding.
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Literary usage of Any-and-all bid
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1. The Political Code of the State of California by Nathan Newmark, California, California Supreme Court (1881)
"... and tho day aud tho hour when, all bids or proposals will bo opened, and that the Board réserves the right to reject any and all bid» or proposals. ..."
2. The Political Code of the State of California by California, Creed Haymond, John Chilton Burch (1874)
"... provided, that the Trustees may reject any and all bid?, if by them deemed too high, and again may give notice, in the same manner as herein provided. ..."
3. The Military Laws of the United States by United States, George Breckenridge Davis, United States War dept, John Biddle Porter (1908)
"... reject "any and all bid*," which the statute reserves, is not exercised. Ibid., 433. Evidence of compliance with the requirements of this statute should ..."
4. Acts of the State of Tennessee Passed at the General Assembly by Tennessee (1889)
"... and any and all bid or bids, offer or offers, made by any person, persons, firm, company, or corporation, for the lease of said penitentiary, convicts, ..."
5. The Military Laws of the United States: Under the Dircection of the by United States (1897)
"... case tbe ri£ht to reject "any and all bid*." which llio statute reserves, in not exercised. |3 Dig. ..."
6. Laws of the Territory of New Mexico: Passed by the Legislative Assembly by New Mexico (1899)
"... such bids to be -sealed and the County Commissioners to have the right to reject any and all -bid-.* ;f in their opinion a sufficient amount is not bid. ..."