[ set-ler, -l-er ]
/ ˈsɛt lər, -l ər /
a person who makes a settlement of property.
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- settler's clock,
- settling tank,
Origin of settlor
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Examples from the Web for settlor
The courts of equity also will interfere in some cases of defective execution in order to carry out the intentions of the settlor.
The party creating a trust is called the grantor or settlor.
/ (ˈsɛtlə) /
law a person who settles property on someone
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