Binding Decision

Binding Decision

1. A decision that binds the parties affected by it and that they may not appeal. A binding decision may be the result of arbitration, the appeal to the highest court possible or a decision by a regulatory agency.

2. See: Binding authority.
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McManaman's primary adviser Simon Fuller is overseas until the middle of January, putting any binding decision on hold until the end of the month.
The CMDh position reached by majority vote will be sent to the European Commission to take a legally binding decision throughout the EU.
However, Britain was keen not to reach a legally binding decision because its own parliament is currently scrutinising the draft.
If the NMB issues a proffer of arbitration, an arbitrator could make a binding decision on the two sides' proposals.
The Hague-based judges are supposed to issue a final and binding decision within 90 days after the April 23 close of the oral hearings, grounding their ruling in the provisions of the Comprehensive Peace Agreement (CPA), particularly the Abyei Protocol and Abyei Appendix.
If the matter can't be sorted out between the clubs FIFA will make a binding decision on September 1.
Garaufis based his ruling on a recent binding decision by the U.
Within 90 days of the close of the oral hearings, the arbitration will issue their final and binding decision.
In denying the certiorari petitions filed by Nautilus and Cook Inlet, the Supreme Court has left the Ninth Circuit rulings as the final and binding decision on this issue.
Under the binding decision, the supply agreement, which was to expire in 2001, has been terminated without payment of any termination fee.
The Court's binding decision ordered the immediate suspension of the Clemenceau's transfer to India and for damages to be paid to the plaintiffs (environmental organisations).