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obligor

Legal Definition of obligor

Noun

  1. A person who is contractually or legally, committed or obliged, to providing something to another person; the recipient of the benefit being called the obligee. Also known as the "promisor."

Definition of obligor

Etymology

    oblige +‎ -or

Noun

obligor (plural obligors)

  1. (law, finance) The party bearing a legal obligation to another party, the obligee.

Coordinate terms

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