from The American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, 4th Edition
- n. Law One that makes an assignment.
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- n. The person or party which makes an assignment.
from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English
- n. An assigner; a person who assigns or transfers an interest.
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- n. In law, one who makes an assignment, or assigns an interest.
from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.
- n. (law) the party who makes an assignment
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When you assign your invention, you are the "assignor," and whoever purchases the rights is the "assignee."
In one deposition taken in Houston, a foreclosure supervisor with Litton Loan couldn't define basic terms like promissory note, mortgagee, lien, receiver, jurisdiction, circuit court, plaintiff's assignor or defendant.
Report writing can fail in its object by the assignor assuming that you have some of the needed information.
In report writing bear in mind that the assignor may have incomplete information affecting even the object of writing the report.
As the assignor, you may receive a lump sum payment or periodic royalty payments.
The doctrine arose in the context of gratuitous assignments, where the proper party to report the income was not entirely clear and attribution of income to the assignor was necessary to achieve what the court viewed as a fair and just imposition of the tax burden.
Often, the assignment of labels says a whole lot more about the assignor than it does about the assignee.
A quick scan of the page in question, however, reveals that, as usual, the assignment of a “wing” label says a whole lot more about the assignor than it does about the assignee.
Upon such assignment the assignor, as provided in the
Brooklyn, N. Y., assignor to John Sickles, trustee, and John Sickles, trustee, assignor to John Wisdom and J.H. Wilcox, N.w York city.