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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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Although this requires the assignee to trust the assurances made by the assignor that its claims have not been previously assigned, the system works because of the Hausbankprinzip, a term describing the fact that the financing of German enterprises, including SMEs, is traditionally based on a long-term stable relationship lending model with the enterprise's Hausbank, meaning that bank-assignees face little or no risk of a double assignment of the same claims.
Under the most conservative interpretation, assignor estoppel became a significantly limited doctrine that the Supreme Court no longer favored.
Therefore, in example 2, the priority provisions of the Convention will point to the law of the province of Quebec (that is, the law of the location of the assignor).
S 7,919,668 B2; Tom Belau, Robert Forrester, Michael Flattum and Bernhardt Kressner, assignors to Kimberly-Clark Worldwide, Inc., Neenah, WI
Therefore, the commissions were taxable to the assignor (taxpayer) because the fruit had sufficiently ripened on taxpayer's tree.
However, if the debtor receives notification of a partial assignment, it may ignore it and pay the assignor. Id.
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.
An ABC does not provide a discharge for the assignor debtor company, just as a Chapter 7 liquidation for a corporation does not either.
Section 727.114(1)(e) previously had granted a priority to the extent of $900 for consumer deposits held by the assignor. Following the Bankruptcy Code and inflation, that amount has been raised to $2,225.
None of these actions are considered an acceptance by the landlord of the assignor's surrender.
All the letters ended by stating that "this request for information is necessary to qualify for MVAIC coverage." While the assignor's attorney never responded, NMMI wrote MVAIC that it was not in possession of the information requested and that MVAIC should contact the patient directly or through his attorney.