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obligee

Legal Definition of obligee

Noun

  1. The person who is to receive the benefit of someone else's obligation; that "someone else" being the obligor. Also called a "promisee." Some countries refer to the recipient of family support as an "obligee".

Definition of obligee

Etymology

    oblige +‎ -ee

Noun

obligee (plural obligees)

  1. (law, finance) The party owed an obligation by another party, the obligor.

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