Nontransferable is the incapability of being assigned to another party; a credit card holder cannot give someone else the privilege of using his or her card. Example , credit cards are nontransferable or can not be used by another person except the card holder or the person who applied and awarded the said card.
Ref: 122578/2006-10-10

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