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From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishnon-bindingˌnon-ˈbinding adjective  a non-binding agreement or decision does not have to be obeyed The industry has signed a non-binding agreement to reduce pollution.
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non-bindingThere would have been no contract but a non-binding domestic arrangement.The law allows the president to appoint a three-member presidential emergency board to examine the contract dispute and produce non-binding recommendations.Although formally non-binding the impact of such instruments upon the development of international law can not be ignored.
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