nonbinding

nonbinding

(ˌnɒnˈbaɪndɪŋ)
adj
(Law) law (of a resolution) not binding or able to be made into law

non•bind•ing

(nɒnˈbaɪn dɪŋ)

adj.
not binding; not containing the power to obligate, as to a treaty or promise: a nonbinding agreement.
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The nonbinding ruling by the International Court of Justice.
He also said Japan's position is to seek a new binding UNSC resolution, not a nonbinding presidential statement.
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The nonbinding measure also urges China to discontinue military assistance to Myanmar, while calling on India and Russia, which have close ties with Yangon, to use their influence to improve the situation in the Southeast Asian country.
And, typically, SJTs can be either mandatory or optional and binding or nonbinding.
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