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negotiation

n. 1) the transfer of a check, promissory note, bill of exchange or other negotiable instrument to another for money, goods, services or other benefit. 2) give-and-take discussion or conference in an attempt to reach an agreement or settle a dispute. (See: negotiable instrument)

negotiation

noun arbitrament, arbitration, compromise, conference, conloquium, consultation, contract talks, deliberation, dickering, diplomacy, discussion, exchange of views, haggling, mediation, parley, summitry, treaty-making
Associated concepts: collective bargaining, preliminary neeotiation
See also: adjustment, collective bargaining, commerce, compromise, conciliation, conference, counteroffer, deal, intercession, mediation, meeting, parley, settlement, trade, transaction, treaty

NEGOTIATION, contracts The deliberation which takes place between the parties touching a proposed agreement.
     2. That which transpires in the negotiation makes no part of the agreement, unless introduced into it. It is a general rule that no evidence can be given to add, diminish, contradict or alter a written instrument. 1 Dall. 426; 4 Dall. 340; 3 S. & R. 609; 7 S. & R. 114. See Pourparler

NEGOTIATION, merc. law. The act by which a bill of exchange or promissory note is put into circulation by being passed by one of the original parties to another person.
     2. Until an accommodation bill or note has been negotiated, there is no contract which can be enforced on the note: the contract, either express or implied, that the party accommodated will indemnify the other, is, till then, conditional. 2 Man. & Gr. 911.

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By clicking this link the user is taken to a screen which offers to filter the assessment results by the type of housing or negotiation tactics.
These negotiation tactics may be inspired by children, but they offer some real insights; from using tantrums as a 'secret weapon' (if Bill Gates can do it, so can others) to changing the rules and appearing needy.
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AGMA filed a bad faith bargaining charge with the NLRB against The Washington Ballet for their negotiation tactics regarding the tour and is asking for compensation for the dancers for the canceled weeks of work.
Using his wise-guy skills and negotiation tactics, Chili attempts to stay one step ahead of his rivals.
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In one lecture he recounts his wily use of negotiation tactics to secure one of the only surviving paintings of the revered master and father of Italian Impressionism.
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The two men "deceived themselves into believing they could convince the other side by way of Kissinger's shrewd negotiation tactics or Nixon's dire military threats to yield the position for which the enemy had fought the war" (p.
Nato, it is clear, through badly thought-out negotiation tactics, painted itself into a corner by the threats made in the light of Milosevic's intransigence.