Reward

Reward in United States

Reward Definition

An offer of recompense by the government, or by a private person, to whoever will perform some special act. A reward is an offer, revocable at any time before performance. When accepted by performance, it becomes a contract. 92 U. S. 73.

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Reward Reward in the Personal Injury and Tort Portal of the American Encyclopedia of Law.
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An offer of recompense by the government, or by a private person, to whoever will perform some special act. A reward is an offer, revocable at any time before performance. When accepted by performance, it becomes a contract. 92 U. S. 73.

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  • Legal Topics.
  • Contracts; Finding Lost Goods; Offer; Meeting of Minds; Prize Law.

    Further Reading (Articles)

    “Reward Points Management System and Method” in Patent Application Approval Process, Politics & Government Week; November 15, 2012

    Reward Systems and Teachers’ Performance: Evidence from Ghana, Canadian Social Science; September 1, 2013; Yamoah, Emmanuel Erastus

    Rewards and Motivation in the Classroom, Academic Exchange Quarterly; June 22, 2005; Cameron, Judy Pierce, W. David

    Rewards in the organization., Supervision; January 1, 1989; Buhler, Pat

    Rewards and Motivation among Administrators of Universiti Sultan Zainal Abidin (Unisza): An Empirical Study, International Journal of Business and Society; May 1, 2013; Rahim, Marlisa Abdul Daud, Wan Norhayate Wan

    Rewards, recognitions that make cents. (Human Resources)., California CPA; January 1, 2003; Richardson, Mary;

    Reward cards can provide cash back, free tickets, but watch for pitfalls, Post-Tribune (IN); June 10, 2007; Eileen Alt Powell, The Associated Press

    Immediate Rewards for Good Scores Can Boost Student Performance, States News Service; June 26, 2012

    Runnion reward turns murky.(The Orange County Register), Knight Ridder/Tribune News Service; August 5, 2002; McDonald, John

    Reward Linked to Image Is Enough to Activate Brain’s Visual Cortex, NewsRx Science; April 7, 2013

    Reward Systems and Self-Managed Team Success, Academic Exchange Quarterly; March 22, 2004; Furlich, Stephen A. Olaniran, Bolanle A.

    Using Rewards in Mathematics Education: Two Points of View. (in My Opinion), Teaching Children Mathematics; March 1, 2003; Reeves, Charles A. Taylor-Cox, Jennifer

    CASH REWARDS ARE EXPECTED TO BECOME TOO EXPENSIVE FOR ISSUERS.(cash-back and air rewards are the best rewards)(Brief Article), Cardline; September 30, 2005

    Debit Rewards Making A Mark With Issuers., ATM & Debit News; October 6, 2005

    Rewards Service Takes To The Web., ATM & Debit News; June 8, 2006

    Total Rewards: Good Fit for Tech Workers: Firms That Fully Address the Needs of Their Engineers and Scientists Will Be Better Able to Attract, Retain and Motivate Them, Research-Technology Management; September 1, 2006; Rumpel, Steven Medcof, John W.

    The rewards pendulum.(Afterthoughts), Cards & Payments; February 1, 2007; Mazursky, Ronald Claytor, Timothy

    Rewards enter a new age, get flexible and fantastical., Cards & Payments; May 1, 2007; Shermach, Kelly

    Rewards and Intrinsic Motivation: Resolving the Controversy, Personnel Psychology; April 1, 2004; Lust, John A

    Rewards for suspects seen as worth it, San Bernardino County Sun (San Bernardino, CA); September 16, 2006; Jennifer McLain

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