unassignable


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unassignable

(ˌʌnəˈsaɪnəbəl)
adj
not able to be transferred
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Adj.1.unassignable - incapable of being transferred
inalienable, unalienable - incapable of being repudiated or transferred to another; "endowed by their Creator with certain unalienable rights"
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[.] The undecidability of the event's belonging is a vanishing point that leaves a trace in the ontological Idea in which the intervention-[B]eing is inscribed: a trace which is precisely the unassignable or quasi-non-one character of the function of choice.
The sacral is the object that is designated as unassignable. The aborted gesture becomes the first sign of both language and morality.
With assignments to third-party purchasers, the law is clear that IHEs may not assign tenure contracts because courts construe them to be unassignable personal service agreements.
The traditional view is that all easements in gross are unassignable and non-inheritable.
However, these tools may interfere with subjective factors and may fail to detect unassignable degrees of balance impairment.
To couch it in another line by Deleuze and Guattari (1987), "A molecular flow was escaping, minuscule at first, then swelling, without, however, ceasing to be unassignable" (p.
Of course, being free of an assignment prohibition is not going to convert an unassignable lease to gold if its principal terms (economic, use, duration and renewal rights) are otherwise unattractive to potential assignees.
[section]185.25 provides: For any municipality, chapter plan, local law municipality, or local law plan under this chapter, the pensions, annuities, or any other benefits accrued or accruing to any person under any municipality, chapter, plan, local law municipality, or local law plan under the provisions of this chapter and the accumulated contributions and the cash securities in the funds created under this chapter are exempt from any state, county, or municipal tax of the state, and shall not be subject to execution or attachment or to any legal process whatsoever and shall be unassignable.
In neglecting the unassignable gift, the gift lost as gift, do 'we' shadow Heidegger in our humanistic priorities by concentrating on possibilities of a social bond over that which flings us away?
Even where the operating agreement makes membership interests unassignable, it is still possible for judgment creditors to obtain charging orders.
These ramped interior transitions increased the ratio of unassignable square footage, but also created an opportunity for a more attractive gathering space leading to the function hall on the first floor.