Nonbinding

Refers to a restriction that currently has no effect because the behavior that it would prevent would not happen even without the restriction. For example, if a quota limits imports to no more than 1,000, but actual imports are only 900, then the quota is nonbinding.
Found on http://www-personal.umich.edu/~alandear/glossary/n.html

Nonbinding

Term referring to a document, such as a declaration, that carries no formal legal obligations. It may, however, carry moral obligations or eventually attain the force of law as customary international law.
Found on http://hrusa.org/thisismyhome/project/glossary.shtml
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