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When an assignment of it is made, the assignee may sue in his own name for rent accruing after the assignment.
PUTNAM'S HANDY LAW BOOK FOR THE LAYMANALBERT SIDNEY BOLLES
This being done, the assignee is to be regarded as the proprietor of the deposit-book.
SOCIAL COMPTABILISM, CHEQUE AND CLEARING SERVICE & PROPOSED LAWERNEST SOLVAY
The court objected to entertaining the claim until after the choice of an assignee.
THE COLLEGE, THE MARKET, AND THE COURTCAROLINE H. DALL
There are now but two men in Court who saw the paper executed, namely, the assignor and the assignee.
SEVENOAKSJ. G. HOLLAND
Assignee, a person appointed by another to transact some business, or exercise some particular privilege or power.
THE NEW GRESHAM ENCYCLOPEDIA. VOL. 1 PART 2VARIOUS
The outlook was not propitious for a large sale: a new book by an unknown author published by an assignee.
THE BUILDING OF A BOOKVARIOUS
He might be compared to an assignee under our law, with this difference, that the latter is only liable as far as he has assets.
THE CURIOSITIES AND LAW OF WILLSJOHN PROFFATT
The compensation offered for this unparalleled breach of faith was a grant of twelve hundred acres to each assignee.
THE STORY OF THE UPPER CANADA REBELLION, VOLUME 1JOHN CHARLES DENT
The pit—which has all, more or less, been assignee in its day—knows very well that every assignee is a "covered" merchant.
RISE AND FALL OF CESAR BIROTTEAUHONORE DE BALZAC
On this account she had perhaps, with a few glances, appointed him executor and assignee of her heart.
TRANSLATIONS FROM THE GERMAN (VOL 3 OF 3)THOMAS CARLYLE

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