Non-Transferable


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Non-Transferable

1. Describing a right that one may not sell or give away, either because of legal limitations or a standing agreement. For example, riparian rights to water are non-transferable by common law except to the owner of a neighboring property.

2. See: Nonnegotiable.
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All vouchers are non-transferable. This offer does not relate to Cafe Paxton and management reserve the right to with drawl the offer without notice.
The courts have been divided over whether a non-negotiable and non-transferable certificate of deposit is an instrument or a general intangible; the distinction is critical.
where the condition "NTL" refers to non-transferable lottery.
Keating said it issued to its stockholders of record as of November 20, 2013 non-transferable rights to subscribe for up to 2,945,113 shares of the company's common stock.
The units are priced at USD0.25 per unit and each includes one common share and one-half of one non-transferable common share purchase warrant.
Prize is non-transferable. Usual MGN competition rules apply.
This coupon will entitle you to ten per cent off the Menu du Jour lunch bill (to a maximum of four people dining at lunchtime Tuesday to Saturday.) All vouchers are non-transferable. All vouchers are only valid at the relevant restaurants.
Fashion brand company Vince Holding (NYSE:VNCE) on Wednesday declared the subscription price for its non-transferable rights offering for the subscription period from 29 March 2016 to 14 April 2016
The prize is non-transferable and there is no cash alternative.
7 November 2013 -- Colorado USA-based closed-end fund Keating Capital Inc (NASDAQ: KIPO) said it has launched a non-transferable rights offering to purchase shares of common stock of the Company.
The prize is non-transferable or redeemable for a cash equivalent.

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