Non-Negotiable


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Non-Negotiable

1. Referring to a price for an asset where the seller has no intention to change the price at the buyer's instigation. Generally, the larger a business, the more likely its prices are to be non-negotiable. For example, a street vendor may negotiate prices, while Wal-Mart will not.

2. Referring to a security or other asset that is difficult to sell or transfer. Describing an illiquid asset.
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The difference between a non-negotiable document and a negotiable document is that a negotiable document actually transfers title of the goods once one "original" of the document is endorsed and surrendered to the buyer.
Everything I do needs to be about our people and be governed by the seven non-negotiable principles," he says.
I wish to underline again to all those who attempt to question this right of the Republic of Cyprus; our sovereign rights are non-negotiable," President Demetris Christofias said in a public address.
Participants released a "Statement on Political Action" that reads in part, "The first obligation of government is the protection of innocent human life from conception to natural death" and calls on Catholic voters to "first make decisions about their votes based on the moral issues that are non-negotiable.
Basket A" consists of non-negotiable items that parents and teachers should insist upon, such as unsafe behaviors that could be harmful to the child, other people, animals, or property (e.
By contrast, the sharpened cultural divisions that opened up in the early modern period, further intensified by unbridgeable religious divisions, created the need for a strong central authority in Henrician England that steadily enlarged the sphere of the non-negotiable by enforcing orthodoxy in matters formerly indifferent.
Signing up to the WADA code is simply non-negotiable, whether an Olympic sport is involved or not," said Minister of Sport, Richard Caborn.
But the questions raised by the movement remain to this day: What parts of Christianity are fundamental or non-negotiable, and what parts are flexible and can change with the culture.
Agreements need to be built up from small beginnings and not from non-negotiable positions.
The lawsuit challenges provisions of the Digital Millennium Copyright Act of 19 9 8 and the non-negotiable N2H2 license, which restricts buyers from accessing the list of blocked sites.
In the first quarter, we see a return to a "negotiated market" which signifies healthy change, a reintroduction of the concept of concessions to once non-negotiable landlords, and flexibility for tenants.
We learned that some terms should be non-negotiable, and now we say so up front.

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