debtee


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debtee

(dɛˈtiː)
n
(Economics) a person to whom a debt is owed
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As legal nature, this right which the law grants to the carrier is an opposable exception both to the debtor and to third parties, as a means of defense (18) of the debtee against them, being limited to the underwriting of the debtor's obligations arising from the detention of the item (as debitum cum re iuctum).
This kind of metaphor denotes both sides of giving and receiving the relationship as debtee and debtor, strengthening the receiver's moral obligation to return the favor (Yang, 1994).
187), and in his wake he left a desperate tail of debtees (the story of the widow Mealey does not make pleasant reading).