non-negotiable

  

Definitions (2)

1.Not able to be bought, sold, exchanged, or transferred. This term can be applied to documents or other instruments. See also non-negotiable instrument.
2.Not open to negotiation. "The terms of this contract are absolutely non-negotiable; the company will not budge."

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  • The terms were non-negotiable and that meant that no one could argue with what was being done and what was expected.

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  • Many of the terms in this contract are non-negotiable, however, we are happy to discuss the interest rate and closing fees to find a good match for your needs.

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  • While we remain open to changes is substance over form, the pricing we had previously agreed to is simply non-negotiable.

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