debtee


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debtee

(dɛˈtiː)
n
(Economics) a person to whom a debt is owed
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Thus, according to article 2495 of the New Civil Code "the one who is obliged to remit or to render a good can retain it as long as the debtee does not compensate him for the necessary and useful expenses that he/she made for that good or for the damage that the good has caused him/her."
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).