assignee definition

  • noun:
    • a celebration to which a transfer of home, rights, or interest is made.
    • One appointed to act for the next; a deputy or agent.
    • anyone to whom anything is assigned
    • anyone to who liberties or residential property is being transferred
    • person who is appointed to behave or talk as opposed to another; a representative
    • A person to whom an assignment is made; people appointed or deputed by another to do some work, perform some business, or enjoy some correct, privilege, or property. See assignment (c). An assignee could be by special appointment or deed, or be produced by jaw; as an executor.
    • In England, the persons appointed, under a commission of bankruptcy, to manage the estate of a bankrupt for the benefit of his creditors.
    • someone to who a transfer of some right or interest is created, either for his or her own satisfaction or perhaps in trust.
    • An assigned servant; a convict previously assigned to an Australian settler as an unpaid servant. See assigned and project, 7.
    • (law) the celebration to who some thing is assigned (age.g., someone to whom a right or property is legally transported)
    • an event to which a transfer of property, rights, or interest is made.
    • One appointed to do something for the next; a deputy or representative.
    • someone to whom something is assigned
    • someone to whom liberties or property will be moved
    • a person who is appointed to do something or talk as opposed to another; a realtor
    • an individual to whom an assignment is manufactured; someone appointed or deputed by another to complete some work, do some company, or enjoy some right, privilege, or residential property. See project (c). An assignee can be by unique appointment or deed, or perhaps created by jaw; as an executor.
    • In England, the individuals appointed, under a fee of personal bankruptcy, to manage the estate of a broke for the advantage of their creditors.
    • one to who a transfer of some right or interest is made, either for his or her own pleasure or perhaps in trust.
    • An assigned servant; a convict formerly assigned to an Australian settler as an unpaid servant. See assigned and project, 7.
    • (legislation) the party to whom one thing is assigned (age.g., someone to who the right or residential property is lawfully moved)

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