How to use promisee in a sentence
In such a case probably all would agree that the promisee ought to release the promiser.The Methods of Ethics | Henry Sidgwick
And, secondly, a different question arises when we consider the possibility of injuring the promisee by fulfilling the promise.The Methods of Ethics | Henry Sidgwick
From his master's legal capacity a slave derives ability to be promisee in a stipulation.The Institutes of Justinian | Caesar Flavius Justinian
They may be that he has made an oral promise, and that the promisee has furnished him a consideration.The Common Law | Oliver Wendell Holmes, Jr.
But the promisee is bound to release a promise thus unduly obtained.
British Dictionary definitions for promisee
contract law a person to whom a promise is made: See promisor
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