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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).]
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upset price

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


n.
the lowest price at which a person is permitted to bid for something being sold at auction.
[1805–15]
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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
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Translations

upset price

n (esp US Comm) → Mindestpreis m
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upset price

n (Am, Scot) → prezzo di riserva
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References in periodicals archive ?
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.