An offer must not normally be subject to conditions or pre-conditions which depend solely on subjective judgments by the Bidder or the Target (as the case may be) or, in either case, its directors or the fulfillment of which is in their hands. The Panel may be prepared to accept an element of subjectivity in certain circumstances where it is not practicable to specify all the factors on which satisfaction of a particular condition or pre-condition may depend, especially in cases involving official authorisations or regulatory clearances, the granting of which may be subject to additional material obligations for the Bidder or the Target (as the case may be).