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as·sign·or

 (ə-sī′nôr′, ə-sī′nər, ăs′ə-nôr′)
n. Law
One that makes an assignment.

assignor

(ˌæsɪˈnɔː)
n
(Law) law a person who transfers or assigns property
ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Noun1.assignor - (law) the party who makes an assignment
law, jurisprudence - the collection of rules imposed by authority; "civilization presupposes respect for the law"; "the great problem for jurisprudence to allow freedom while enforcing order"
party - a person involved in legal proceedings; "the party of the first part"
Translations

assignor

[ˌæsaɪˈnɔːʳ] N (Jur) → cedente mf, cesionista mf

assignor

n (Jur) → Abtretende(r) mf, → Zedent(in) m(f) (spec)
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The Assignor, NH, now a 34-year-old male, as a pedestrian, was involved in a motor vehicle accident in New Jersey on January 20, 2015.
This article addresses the extent to which party autonomy does or should play a role in determining the law applicable to the assignment of claims to the payment of money arising under a contract between the assignor and the debtor on the claim.
The Diamond court heralded a new beginning for assignor estoppel.
(4.) The choice of law systems in effect in the United States and Canada generally point to the law of the location of the assignor for priority issues.
The assignment process enables the assignee to sell the assignor's assets free of the unsecured debt that burdened the company.
The assignment language specified that thee transferred interest would be a percentage of the assignor's interest equal to a specified fair market value.
7,918,837 B2; Leonard Rosenfeld, assignor to McNeil-PPC, Inc., Skillman, NJ
Latin, J.), in an action against plaintiff's assignor, finding that the assignor had made "material and/or fraudulent misrepresentations" on her application for the insurance policy.
of the income producing property [the patents] together with a contingent right to income therefrom, payable, if at all, at some indefinite time in the future in an indeterminate amount, with respect to which the assignor [taxpayer corporation] had no voice or control whatsoever, prevents us from treating the case as one involving the anticipatory assignment of income, which when paid becomes taxable to the assignor."
(85.) Form as a requirement of priority is subject to the law of the assignor's location.