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upset price

n.
The lowest price at which an item of property may be auctioned or sold at public sale.

[ Past participle of upset, to establish (obsolete).]

upset price

(ˈʌpˌsɛt)
n
(Commerce) another name (esp Scot, US, and Canadian) for reserve price

up′set price`


n.
the lowest price at which a person is permitted to bid for something being sold at auction.
[1805–15]
ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Noun1.upset price - (auction) the minimum price at which a seller of property will entertain bids
auction sale, vendue, auction - the public sale of something to the highest bidder
asking price, selling price - the price at which something is offered for sale
Translations

upset price

n (esp US Comm) → Mindestpreis m

upset price

n (Am, Scot) → prezzo di riserva
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low upset prices, which, perversely, punished holdouts.
Minimum build value is 4 times the upset prices and buyers have until 02 November to arrange for payment, while properties are expected to be developed within two years from the date of the auction.
High upset prices would give more power to dissenters but would make a successful reorganization less likely.