option money

option money

n
(Stock Exchange) commerce the price paid for buying an option
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When that fell through, Coben told Canet he'd give him a shot at developing it, provided he could match the American option money.
Metcalfe once offered a seller $1 million for a property he wanted to develop with a clear, 20-page contract and $10,000 of option money so the seller could develop it within a certain time period and Metcalfe would pay the $1 million or forfeit the $10,000 if he failed to perform.
NEWSBOY 2.10 LEO'S QUEST, 2.45 MUCHO LOCO, 3.20 KERVRIOU, 3.55 GIOLLA DE, 4.30 KNOW THE LAW, 5.05 OPTION MONEY, 5.40 TOPSHAM BELLE BOUVERIE
HUNTINGDON: 2.10 Share Option, 2.45 Petrovka, 3.20 Kervriou, 3.55 Giolla De, 4.30 Know The Law, 5.05 Option Money, 5.40 Topsham Belle.
Conclusion Getting weight off Option Money, he should take all the beating.
UTTOXETER: 2.20 Option Money, 2.50 Mount Usher, 3.20 Granite Man, 3.50 Chrysander, 4.20 Lord Ryeford, 4.50 Fantastic Arts.
The option money would be counted toward the purchase price.
Bates wrote: "It doesn't matter who owns Elland Road, when we come up with the option money we get the ground."
Some institutions are nibbling because they look on it almost as option money.
The funds will be used for option money to begin tying up real estate for redevelopment and for professional fees to further refine cost estimates on the project.
More option money came and I was informed by mail that Catherine Deneuve had agreed to play Jean in the film version of my novel, which would now be set in Paris in the spring.