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1. Law One to whom a conveyance of title or property is made.
2. One who is transferred.
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1. (Law) property law a person to whom property is transferred
2. a person who is transferred
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(ˌtræns fəˈri)

1. a person to whom property is transferred.
2. a person who is transferred.
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ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Noun1.transferee - (law) someone to whom a title or property is conveyedtransferee - (law) someone to whom a title or property is conveyed
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"
recipient, receiver - a person who receives something
2.transferee - someone who transfers or is transferred from one position to anothertransferee - someone who transfers or is transferred from one position to another; "the best student was a transfer from LSU"
individual, mortal, person, somebody, someone, soul - a human being; "there was too much for one person to do"
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I therefore illustrate some paradigmatic circumstances for when and how personal jurisdiction protects plaintiffs in venue-transfer cases by restricting the range of transferee courts.
The Court of Tax Appeals (CTA) en banc discussed the foregoing exception in a recent case (CTA EB 1713) where the Court emphasized the requisites of tax-free exchange, to wit: (a) the transferee is a corporation; (b) the transferee exchanges its shares of stock for property/ies of the transferor; (c) the transfer is made by a person, acting alone or together with others, not exceeding four persons; and, (d) as a result of the exchange the transferor, alone or together with others, not exceeding four, gains control of the transferee.
2012-57; see "Tax Matters: Tax Court Respects Stock Sale, Denies Transferee Liability," JofA, May 2012,
According to the statement of facts stipulated to by the parties before sentencing, Pino "[o]n or about March 12, 2016, Defendant purchased for $439.99 a Glock, Model 23, .40 caliber semi-automatic pistol, bearing serial number ABKC629US, from the Marine Corps Exchange." In making this purchase, "Defendant completed an ATF Form 4473." On the ATF Form 4473, Defendant "checked the box indicating that he was the actual buyer and transferee of the firearm even though he was really planning to resell the firearm for profit." "Later that day, the [D]efendant sold the Glock 23, which was in brand-new condition and packaged in the box with grip extensions."
Tribune Media Company ("Transferor") of Chicago, IL, has filed an application to sell the property to Sinclair Divestiture Trust ("Transferee") of Stamford, CT.
The valuation made by the transferee under and reasons that consideration is less than the fair market value shall be recorded in writing.
The government may also pursue transferees of gifts or estate property for unpaid taxes of the decedent under the general transferee liability provision contained in IRC section 6901.
A transferee from Cebu, Mbala had to wait for two seasons after his transfer to Manila from Southwestern University before he could play at the UAAP.
It highlights a media statement released by the Australian High Commission clarifying that the transferee who sustained injuries had breached the external perimeter fencing of the centre.
Deductions do not transfer to the transferee, and there is no adjustment to the disposal gain or loss reported for federal tax purposes.
(4) Did this addition of "actual fraud" mean that the transferee of a fraudulent transfer was barred from discharging the transferee's obligation to the transferor's creditor?