nonexclusive

nonexclusive

(ˌnɒnɪksˈkluːsɪv)
adj
not belonging to a particular individual or group: a nonexclusive deal.
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Deputy House Speaker Arthur Yap on Wednesday defended his bill that would seek to grant a nonexclusive congressional franchise to a startup solar company that offers consumers a cheaper, cleaner and reliable source of electricity.
Tenders are invited for provision of services for the provision (transfer) of non-exclusive (user) rights to the software (nonexclusive rights to use office software packages used by the customer)
M2 EQUITYBITES-April 3, 2014-Towers Watson announces signing of nonexclusive Medicare solution agreement with Segal Group
According to the Supreme Court of Alaska, the proper determination of the price of leased land within a state right-of-way is not based on the leasehold interest, but by the fair market value of the land without regard to nonexclusive lease interests.
(1) Four in 10 gay or bisexual men with HIV, and two in 10 infected heterosexual men and women, have had sex with a partner to whom they have not revealed their HIV status; for gay or bisexual men, most such sexual encounters have occurred within a nonexclusive partnership.
In order to provide city businesses with choice of solid waste hauler, Hawthorne is providing solid waste collection services for its commercial businesses through nonexclusive, citywide agreements.
After the formation of these subsidiaries, an appraisal of the value of the marks, the establishment of a royalty rate based on the appraisals, and the transfer of the intangibles, SW and the subsidiaries entered into nonexclusive licensing agreements for the right to use these various intangibles.
The bankruptcy court had approved the assignment of exclusive copyright licenses, but refused to approve the assignment of nonexclusive copyright licenses, over the licensor's objections.
The guidelines distinguish between exclusive and nonexclusive participation.
In order to assess the incentives for and the effects of exclusive acquisition policies, we focus on two crucial differences between systems that acquire programming on an exclusive basis and systems that acquire programming on a nonexclusive basis:
Computer software is "off the shelf" if it (1) is readily available for purchase by the general public, (2) is subject to a nonexclusive license and (3) has not been substantially modified.
corporation that developed and manufactured software programs for accounting, financial reporting and cash management, and marketed the software through a foreign corporation to foreign customers under nonexclusive and nontransferable license terms, qualified for foreign sales corporation (FSC) export tax benefits.