upset price

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(auction) the minimum price at which a seller of property will entertain bids

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Moore, of Toronto, informed me that they intended to put all their lands up for auction at the upset price of $3.
No upset price has been fixed for Poolewe Church and the sellers are prepared to consider offers, subject to planning permission for change of use.
The Cougars are 4-0 after beating Boise State 58-0, a game that was called a ``Preview to Pasadena'' by the school's marketing department, a ploy that upset Price, who was worried that other Pac-10 teams might take offense.
27) The upset price was the amount of cash a dissenting security holder had to be paid by the assenting security holders in the event of a successful reorganization.
Although the City could not reveal how much money it expects to realise from the sale of the erven, Lydia Amutenya, the city spokesperson, said however the city is expecting that the money to be raised through this Public Private Partnership project will be equal or more than the upset price.