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assignee

[ uh-sahy-nee, as-uh-nee ]
/ ə saɪˈni, ˌæs əˈni /
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noun Law.
a person to whom some right or interest is transferred, either for his or her own enjoyment or in trust.
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Origin of assignee

1275–1325; Middle English assigne<Middle French, noun use of past participle of assigner to assign; see -ee
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British Dictionary definitions for assignee

assignee
/ (ˌæsaɪˈniː) /

noun
law a person to whom some right, interest, or property is transferred
Australian history a convict who had undergone assignment
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