Article 438. Acceptance.

1. Acceptance is the answer of the person to whom the offer is addressed, on its acceptance. Acceptance must be complete and unconditional. 2. Silence is not an acceptance, unless otherwise follows from the law, the custom of business turnover or from the former business relations of the parties. 3. The execution by the person who received the offer, within the period established for its acceptance, actions to fulfill the terms of the contract specified in it (shipment of goods, provision of services, performance of work, payment of the appropriate amount, etc.) is considered an acceptance unless otherwise provided law, other legal acts or not specified in the offer.

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Links to other articles of chapter 28. Conclusion of a contract:
Article 432. Basic provisions on the conclusion of the contract.
Article 433. The moment of the conclusion of the contract.
Article 434. The form of the contract.
Article 435. Offer.
Article 436. Irrevocability of the offer.
Article 437. Invitation to make offers. Public offer.
Article 439. Acceptance withdrawal.
Article 440. Conclusion of a contract on the basis of an offer defining the term for acceptance.
Article 441. Conclusion of an agreement on the basis of an offer that does not determine the term for acceptance.
Article 442. Acceptance received late.
Article 443. Acceptance on other conditions.
Article 444. Place of conclusion of the contract.
Article 445. The conclusion of the contract is mandatory.
Article 446. Pre-contractual disputes.
Article 447. The conclusion of the contract at the auction.
Article 448. The organization and procedure for bidding.
Article 449. Consequences of violation of the rules for conducting tenders