noncontingent

adjective
non·con·tin·gent | \ˌnän-kən-ˈtin-jənt \

Definition of noncontingent 

: not contingent especially : not dependent on, associated with, or conditioned by something else noncontingent debts The offer to purchase the property was noncontingent. … the property's being marketed for sale noncontingent on any rezoning or entitlement actions. — Daniel J. Sernovitz

First Known Use of noncontingent

1872, in the meaning defined above

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