consignee


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con·sign·ee

 (kŏn′sī-nē′, kən-sī′nē′)
n.
The one to whom something, such as goods or merchandise, is consigned.

consignee

(ˌkɒnsaɪˈniː)
n
(Commerce) a person, agent, organization, etc, to which merchandise is consigned

con•sign•ee

(ˌkɒn saɪˈni, -sɪ-, kən saɪ-)

n.
a party to whom something, usu. merchandise, is consigned.
[1780–90]
ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Noun1.consignee - the person to whom merchandise is delivered over
recipient, receiver - a person who receives something
Translations
adresátpříjemce
saajavastaanottaja

consignee

[ˌkɒnsaɪˈniː] Nconsignatario/a m/f

consignee

n (Comm) → Empfänger m

consignee

[ˌkɒnsaɪˈniː] nconsegnatario/a, destinatario/a
References in classic literature ?
I met him ten years afterwards, casually, unexpectedly, in the street, on coming out of my consignee office.
Harker has got the letters between the consignee of the boxes at Whitby and the carriers in London who took charge of them.
All he had to do was to race off to his consignees and stop payment of the towage bill before Falk had the time to get in and lift the money.
A consignor should "dot its i's and cross its t's" by satisfying all of the requirements contained in Article 9 of the Uniform Commercial Code ("UCC") governing consignments as a matter of best practice, This will ensure that the consignor will enjoy prior rights to its consigned goods over the rights of a secured lender with a blanket security interest in the consignee's goods and the rights of a bankruptcy trustee as a judgment lien creditor under the Bankruptcy Code.
The consignee wants to see the products at the port before payment is made to the exporter.
The Bureau of Customs (BOC) could curb smuggling, including of illegal drugs, by getting tougher on consignees and putting a stop to the practice of getting 'consignees for hire,' according to Sen.
Keywords: movable property, consignor, consignee, commission, mandate without representation.
Legal precedents and jurists agree that the Bill of Lading is the contract of carriage which documents the obligations between the shipper, the carrier and the consignee, as well as the document upon which the port and the customs authorities refer to for cargo inspections if needed.
The B/L is a contract of carriage which prescribes the obligations between the shipper, the carrier and the consignee. It is also the document to which the port and the customs authorities refer in their inspections of cargoes.
The terms of a consignment arrangement are frequently governed by a written agreement between the consignor and consignee. The agreement should contain all of the necessary terms and conditions to protect a consigner's interest in consigned goods.
A "sale on approval" consignment is one where the goods are delivered primarily for use by the consignee. The consignee may be holding the goods for a trial period to determine whether the consignee needs them and will purchase them.