binding promise

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Next day, I had the meanness to feign that I was under a binding promise to go down to Joe; but I was capable of almost any meanness towards Joe or his name.
HighTower advisors commit to the fiduciary standard: a binding promise to put our clients' interests first.
The Government will also issue a binding promise to buy back the asset at its par value at the end of the rental period.
Submitter allows you to meet this requirement binding promise of the relevant insurance company to conclude with the supplier in question an insurance contract.
The government directly guarantees the Islamic lease securities via a binding promise to buy the asset at its original (par) value at maturity.
Judge Giles found, as did the Nevada Supreme Court, that there's a difference between an invitation and a binding promise.
Government promised Scotland a referendum and as I understand it made no binding promise to act on the result.
Holders of certain types of "investment" sukuk can obtain a binding promise from a third party to purchase the sukuk, while other types of "finance" sukuk can obtain pricing guarantees from the originator.
Dungannon man McGeough contended this was a binding promise on behalf of the Stormont Executive.
Officials insist the move is fair to employees as they are not obliged to take the offer and also provides incentives for bosses to come up with a good package, which can include a binding promise of a favourable reference.
Officials insist the move is fair to employees as they are not obliged to take the offer and also incentivises bosses to come up with a good package, which can include a binding promise of a favourable reference.
Officials insist the move is fair to employees as they are not obliged to take the package and also incentivises bosses to offer a good package, which can include a binding promise of a favourable reference.