Without recourse

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(Commerce) words sometimes added to the indorsement of a negotiable instrument to protect the indorser from liability to the indorsee and subsequent holders. It is a restricted indorsement.
See under Recourse.

See also: Recourse, Without

References in classic literature ?
My mind is evidently so constituted that I am subconsciously forced into the path of duty without recourse to tiresome mental processes.
Tarzan would have liked to subdue the ugly beast without recourse to knife or arrows.
He might easily have entered their village without recourse to the gates, but he believed that a sudden and unaccountable disappearance when he was ready to leave them would result in a more lasting impression upon their childlike minds, and so as soon as the village was quiet in sleep he rose, and, leaping into the branches of the tree above him, faded silently into the black mystery of the jungle night.
You all are familiar with the naval tradition that a good officer could sense proximity to either line, and for my part, I am firmly convinced of the truth of this as I am that the compass finds the north without recourse to tedious processes of reasoning.
Without recourse to any moral principle, having for your foundation only individual selfishness, and the satisfaction of material desires?
Tarzan was sure that none other than God could inspire such awe in the hearts of the Gomangani, or stop their mouths so effectually without recourse to arrows or spears.
The project financing for Messoyakhaneftegaz JSC has been structured without recourse to Gazprom Neft, and Rosneft will not increase the debt burden of these companies.
HRH Premier directs governmental departments to develop revenue sources without recourse to price hikes.
As a retired social worker, I and my colleagues could have confirmed to the government a decade ago, without recourse to a review, that these were the obvious outcomes.
If a deal was to materialise at the weekend, the government could pass legislation to retrospectively change the missed deadline to enable a new executive to be formed without recourse to another election.
Proposals shall be accompanied by a cashier%s or certified check upon a national or state bank in an amount not less than five percent (5%) of the total maximum bid price payable without recourse to the Owner, or a bid bond in the same amount from a reliable surety company, as a guarantee that the Bidder will enter into a contract and execute performance and payment bonds within ten (10) days after notice of award of Contract to him.
The perpetrators must be brought to justice in fair trials, without recourse to the death penalty, she said.