binding
binding adj
1: imposing a legal obligation
the agreement is binding on the parties
2: requiring submission to a specified authority
the suppression order was binding on the Department of TransportationNational Law Journal

Merriam-Webster’s Dictionary of Law. . 1996.

binding
I adjective coercive, compelling, compulsory, confining, constraining, de rigueur, final, hampering, hindering, imperative, incumbent, inhibiting, limiting, mandatory, necessary, obligatory, obliging, required, requisite, restrictive associated concepts: binding agreement, binding instruction, binding offer, binding over, binding receipt, binding sale II index accession (annexation), attachment (act of affixing), choate lien, coalescence, coalition, compelling, compulsory, concurrent (united), contractual, decretal, essential (required), forcible, fully executed (signed), indefeasible, irrevocable, mandatory, necessary (required), obligatory, positive (prescribed), prescriptive, requisite, stringent, unavoidable (not voidable), valid

Burton's Legal Thesaurus. . 2006


binding
adj. Obligatory.

Webster's New World Law Dictionary. . 2000.

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