- n (law) the party to whom something is assigned (e.g., someone to whom a right or property is legally transferred)
- Headed by Managing Director Eugene MacLean, onetime Washington Post general manager, the Observer editors promptly asked a court for an assignee to preserve the weekly's .
- These problems arise in the context of securitization and illustrate the difficulty of determining the name of the holder, the assignee of the mortgage, and the parties with both .
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- Martha Coakley in Massachusetts Attorney General
The question of appropriate assignee liability for some loans remains of great concern to our office,said Attorney General Coakley. "While we are not proposing a regulation at this time, we have not ruled out proposing additional...
- Bob Ney in Seattle Post Intelligencer
These strict (state) assignee liability laws threaten the availability of credit, frankly, in the subprime market,Ney said as he opened a June 2004 hearing focused on the subject. "Acting as a usury cap on mortgage lending, these laws...
- Stephen Breyer in CNNMoney.com
History and precedent make clear that such an assignee has long been permitted to bring suit,Justice Stephen Breyer wrote in the majority ruling.