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Account Payee Only

Words that one may write on a check indicating that no one other than the person or entity to which the check is addressed may cash or deposit the check. This adds an extra layer of protection against fraud. One may also write "not negotiable" to have the same effect.
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The Lebanese government declared after a meeting Tuesday that Lebanese sovereignty is not negotiable. This was its reaction to remarks made earlier by Palestinian radical chief Saeed Moussa (Abu Moussa), who called for negotiations with the Lebanese authorities on the issue of Palestinian weapons.
TEHRAN: Iran s President Mahmoud Ahmadinejad said on Monday the country s nuclear rights were not negotiable, the student news agency ISNA reported.
The United Nations atomic agency will unveil its latest report on Iran's disputed nuclear drive Monday, with world powers warning Tehran is "running out of time" to respond to a U.N.-brokered offer to end the standoff, as the Iranian President reiterated that Tehran's nuclear rights were not negotiable.
He told that this was not negotiable in any way, but offered me several other accounts, some even having a monthly charge.
The Saudi Arabian finance minister has said that the location of the GCC central bank is not negotiable.
The quotas are set by the Council on an annual basis, and they are "not negotiable," the spokesman said.
The Code is not negotiable in any setting," remarked ANA President Rebecca M.
But he also said that the heart of the reform was not negotiable.
CONCLUSION: Triage is not negotiable in emergency medicine and the unit investigated benefited from its inception.
"These values are not negotiable," the Pontiff said.
"Since change seems to be the only constant, at Opengate Technologies, we strongly believe that network security is not negotiable. It's priceless."
It's not negotiable. ``Note the date on any certificate you see.