tender back rule

Definition of "tender back rule"
  1. A legal principle that requires a party aiming to revoke a contract to return what they got under the contract's terms. An exception to this rule exists for age discrimination claims brought under the Age Discrimination in Employment Act
How to use "tender back rule" in a sentence
  1. Under the tender back rule, he had to return the compensation he received when he tried to nullify the contract.
  2. The aid received from the insurance company had to be returned due to the tender back rule when she sued for more financial coverage.
  3. Despite her efforts to reopen her wrongful termination case, the tender back rule obliged her to return the severance package she had initially accepted.

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