What would be the legal effect when an offer is communicated to someone who the offeror did not intend to contract with
For a contract to be executable, the offeree must accept the offer from the offeror. Therefore, the offeror must communicate with right offeree (Offeree 1) with the offer, so that the offeree can accept the offer. If an offeror communicates an offer to the wrong offeree (Offeree 2), the acceptance defines that the contract with offeree 2. Thus, the communication of the offer to the wrong offeree yields to the contract being inexecutable and not legally binding.