Definitions for "NON-BINDING"
A binding decision means that both parties in a dispute are obligated to accept it. If a decision is non-binding, you can reject it and try other avenues, including, in some areas, small claims court.
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The condition under which an agreement between parties can be terminated without penalty.
A document, like a DECLARATION, that carries no formal legal obligations. It may, however, carry moral obligations or attain the force of law as INTERNATIONAL CUSTOMARY LAW.