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assign

Law a person to whom property is assigned; assignee

assign

[ə′sīn]
(computer science)
A control statement in FORTRAN which assigns a computed value i to a variable k, the latter representing the number of the statement to which control is then transferred.
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294) In England and the United States, however, assignability was the
Thus, while the assignability of Cinque's (1993) sentence accent enables a focus projection that can include all constituents containing the main stress of the sentence (cf.
CURRAN, TRENDS IN CONSUMER CREDIT LEGISLATION 342-47 (1965) (presenting, in chart form, a state-by-state summary of the assignability of wages).
108) These characteristics include assignability, availability to form the res of a trust, and the ability of trade secrets to pass to a trustee in bankruptcy.
The assignability issue generally arises when the tenant argues that the right to assign negates an ICCO.
There can be no assurances that this contract will be fulfilled in its entirety, and there is no prepayment penalty or limitation on assignability.
Our team structured the transaction with multiple homogeneous long-term master lease pools which are cross defaulted and contain restrictions on leverage and assignability.
The major changes with respect to assignability of tort claims in insolvency cases, and the prohibition of in pari delicto defenses as against an assignee for the benefit of creditors and his or her initial assignee (44) will no doubt be the subject of future litigation and more scholarly articles.