non negotiable

not easily transferable

English contemporary dictionary. 2014.

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  • non-negotiable — ˌnon neˈgotiable adjective 1. FINANCE BANKING if a financial document such as a cheque is non negotiable, it cannot be used by the person or organization receiving it to pay a third person or organization. crossed cheque S are non negotiable 2.… …   Financial and business terms

  • non-negotiable — non ne gotiable adj 1.) a non negotiable principle or belief is one that you refuse to discuss or change ▪ He emphasized that the government s anti nuclear position was non negotiable. 2.) a cheque, ↑bond etc that is non negotiable can only be… …   Dictionary of contemporary English

  • Non-Negotiable — 1. A term relating to the price of a good or security which is firmly established and cannot be adjusted. 2. A term relating to a good or security whose ownership is not easily transferable from one party to another. 1. When an asking price is… …   Investment dictionary

  • non-negotiable — adjective 1 rights and conditions that are non negotiable are parts of a law or contract that cannot be discussed or changed 2 a cheque that is non negotiable can only be exchanged for money by the person whose name is on it …   Longman dictionary of contemporary English

  • non-negotiable — UK / US adjective 1) fixed and not possible to change through discussions The price is non negotiable. 2) a non negotiable document belongs to one person and cannot legally become the property of another person …   English dictionary

  • non-negotiable — adj. Non negotiable is used with these nouns: ↑demand …   Collocations dictionary

  • non-negotiable — Not negotiable; not capable of passing title or property by indorsement and delivery. Any document of title that is not a negotiable document. An instrument which may not be transferred by indorsement and delivery or by delivery alone, though it… …   Black's law dictionary

  • non-negotiable — adjective Not negotiable; not subject to negotiation. Ant: negotiable …   Wiktionary

  • non-negotiable — /nɒn nəˈgoʊʃəbəl/ (say non nuh gohshuhbuhl) adjective of or relating to a condition, wage claim, etc., which will not be modified or conceded in the course of wider negotiations …   Australian English dictionary

  • Non-negotiable —   A condition which cannot be changed …   International financial encyclopaedia

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