gentleman's agreement


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gentleman's agreement

an agreement not intended to be legally enforceable and which will not be enforced if the court accepts that it is such.
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As a surrogate we have the Maastricht Treaty, which is a gentleman's agreement, only it turned out there weren't enough gentlemen.'
Under a "gentleman's agreement" signed among political groups at the PACE, the new chairman will be elected among members of the European Democrat Group, sending Cavusoglu to post of the PACE chairman.