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promisor

Legal Definition of promisor

Noun

  1. The person who has become obliged through a promise (usually expressed in a contract) towards another, the intended beneficiary of the promise being referred to as the promisee. Also sometimes referred to a "obligor."

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Definition of promisor

Noun

promisor (plural promisors)

  1. A person who makes a promise.

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