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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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Where any of these requirements have not been met, the plaintiff's assignor is not a qualified person and thus, not a covered person.
Under the Westinghouse reasoning, the Supreme Court stepped away from a broad prohibition against the assignor challenging the assigned patent.
There had previously been a controversy over whether an assignee for the benefit of creditors is the direct successor of the assignor, with respect to a claim against assignor's former counsel for legal malpractice.
An ABC does not provide a discharge for the assignor debtor company, just as a Chapter 7 liquidation for a corporation does not either.
Code 2333, the anti-terrorism statute; at least $35 billion (treble damages of $150 million per assignor plus $12 billion for property damage and business interruption) plus punitive damages.
17) When an assignor or an assignee has places of business in more than one state, reference is to be made to the place of central administration (usually the principal place of business or the main center of interests), in other words, a single and easily determinable jurisdiction.
Hall, and Kochansky, income will be taxable to the assignor when it is realized even if realization is uncertain.
7,919,420 B2; Steffen Bornemann and Markus Haberer, assignors to Fiberweb Corovin GmbH, Peine, Germany Filed 3/20/2009, issued 4/5/2011.
It is clear that after the assignor failed to appear for the pre-claim IME, the defendant was not obliged to send out a follow up request since the only mandate for a follow up request is contained in the regulations governing post-claim verification.
Under the Convention, a person who transfers or creates a security over a receivable is called the assignor.
16) Because the assignee had a sufficient inventory and plant to capitalize on the goodwill of the new trademark, the court was not bothered by the transfer of the trademark apart from the tangible assets of the assignor and found the assignment valid.