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from The American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, 4th Edition

  • n. Law One who conveys a title or property.

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  • n. Someone who transfers his property to another.

from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia

  • n. Same as transferrer: common in legal use.

from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.

  • n. (law) someone who conveys a title or property to another

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Examples

  • Another feature of draft: in case of injunction, transferor must take steps to make end user whole.

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  • But it also makes transferability, transferable, transferee and transferor, which have only one r.

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  • These suits, based on the legal theory of fraudulent transfer, allow for the recovery of transfers of funds by companies engaged in frauds where the transferor -- i.e.,

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  • It simply transferred whatever rights the transferor had, good or bad; and was so understood.

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  • Only two deeds marked arm's-length conveyances between non-related parties: one involving a female transferor, and the other, a female purchaser.

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  • Only one female testator/transferor created a life interest with her gift.

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  • In the dot. com failures, what did it take to purchase all or substantially all of the capital stock of the bankrupt transferor?

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  • Moreover, large gratuitous receipts above an administratively feasible exemption amount of, say, $25,000 per year, whether received as an inter vivos receipt or at death of the transferor, should be included in the recipient's tax base.

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  • False entries in books of transferor or transferee.

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  • In the dot.com failures, what did it take to purchase all or substantially all of the capital stock of the bankrupt transferor?

    ‘Rentals’ and sales tax

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