non-transferable


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non-transferable

[ˈnɒntrænsˈfɜːrəbl] ADJintransferible
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After the installation of PTI-led provincial government in 2013, it had decided that the fresh appointment of teachers would be made under a condition that their services would be non-transferable to ensure the teachers' availability in the schools.
In the rights offering, the company said it will distribute at no charge non-transferable rights to purchase up to an aggregate of 11,818,181 new shares of its common stock to the holders of its common stock of record date as of 23 March 2016.
Hence, my players are non-transferable from September 1.
00 par value per share, held as of the record date, a shareholder will receive a non-transferable right to purchase three shares of common stock at a subscription price of USD1.
The company said it will issue non-transferable rights to subscribe for up to 2,945,113 shares of the company's common stock to its stockholders of record on November 20, 2013.
Stockholders will receive one non-transferable subscription right for every share of common stock they hold as at 21 November 2011.
Paul Thorpe Brandes Burton, East Yorkshire Sally Iggulden, Beverley's chief executive and clerk of the course, replies: While making badges non-transferable is common policy adopted by the vast majority of racecourses and sports grounds, we will examine the pros and cons to see if a more flexible approach is possible for next season.
Further, the company said that it will commence the rights offering on or about 18 June 2014 under which it will distribute non-transferable subscription rights to its shareholders of record, at no extra cost.
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