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assignee

The person(s) or corporate body to whom all or limited rights under a patent are legally transferred.
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Tallage argued that an assignee would always pay subsequent taxes as it had, lest it risk a second taking by the municipality.
Therefore, the rent controller had directed the DIG (East) to get the building vacated and hand it over to the official assignee till Dec 23 after an SSP submitted that there were thousands of students and they may create a law and order situation as police had not enough force to implement the court order and requested to direct the DIG to provide additional force.
The first alternative would give the assignor and the assignee a restricted autonomy to choose the applicable law, limiting their choice to either the law of the assignor's location or the law governing the assigned claim.
In Revenue Ruling 77-137, a limited partner assigned his partnership interest to a third party, and the partnership agreement provided that the assignee did not become a substituted limited partner without the written consent of the general partners.
This questioning enabled us to consider how the host unit benefited from knowledge flow and helped explicate when knowledge was mobilized directly through an individual assignee's use of knowledge of networks and/or indirectly through a host colleague's application of such knowledge consequent to it being shared.
Characteristics of international assignees * All male * All returned from their assignment in the previous 12 months * All assignees successfully completed at least one international assignment * Three undertook full international assignments * Five undertook commuter assignments * In terms of the assignee cohort, an average of two years had been spent as an expatriate * Assignees were predominantly of United Kingdom (UK) origin * International assignments undertaken in Sweden, Brazil, Netherlands, USA, Vienna, Czech Republic, India, Hungary, Russia and Egypt.
As mentioned previously, there is often a disparity between an assignee's U.S.
The lower court said that only Mendoza could make withdrawals from the fund, and only upon order of the court for distribution among the creditors who had officially filed their valid claims with this court, and for all the expenses to be incurred by the assignee in the course of the discharge of his duties and responsibilities as such assignee.
Wisconsin's statute 128.07(2) states: "If the debtor has given a preference within four months before the filing of a petition, or an assignment, after the filing of the petition and before the appointment of a receiver, or after the filing of an assignment and before the qualification of the assignee, and the recipient has reasonable cause to believe that the enforcement of the judgment or transfer would effect a preference, the judgment shall be voidable by the receiver or assignee, and the receiver or assignee may recover the property or its value from the recipient."
The assignee then sought recovery against the insurance broker who placed the insurance with the insolvent insurer.