This section is from the book "The Law Of Contracts", by William Herbert Page. Also available from Amazon: Commercial Contracts: A Practical Guide to Deals, Contracts, Agreements and Promises.
I. DEFINITION AND NATURE
Sec. 2852. Definition and nature of tender.
Sec. 2853. Nature of obligation, performance of which may be tendered.
II. TIME AND PLACE AT WHICH TENDER CAN BE MADE
Sec. 2854. Tender before maturity.
Sec. 2855. Time at which tender may be made - Tender after default at common law.
Sec. 2856. Tender after default - Modern rule.
Sec. 2857. Tender after action brought - Common law and statutory ruled.
Sec. 2858. Tender after action brought - Under rule of court.
Sec. 2859. Place of making tender.
III PARTIES TO TENDER
| 2800. By whom tender can be made. Sec. 2861. To whom tender can be made.
Sec. 2802. What can be tendered.
Sec. 2863. Actual production of thing tendered - Ability to perform. Sec. 2804. Tender of less amount than due. Sec. 2865. Tender of greater amount than due Sec. 2806. Tender of property other than money.
Sec. 2867. Conditions imposed by party making tender - Conditions already imposed by law. Sec. 2808. Conditions not imposed by law Sec. 2860. Demand for surrender of note when paid. Sec. 2870. Tender in equity. Sec. 2871. Keeping tender good.
V WATVER OF TENDER
2872. Waiver of elements of tender - Waiver of actual production. Sec. 2873. Refusal on specific ground.
Sec. 2874. Effect of sufficient tender. Sec. 2875. Effect of insufficient tender. Sec. 2876. Tender conclusive as to debtor's liability. Sec. 2877. Effect of tender on collateral security. 5041