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Obligee

The party to an agreement to whom an obligation is owed. An obligation is a requirement, especially a legal one. For example, an investor may have a legal obligation to disclose his/her investments to the SEC. In this circumstance, the obligee is the SEC. See also: Obligor.

obligee

A party to whom an obligation is owed.A lender is an obligee.
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Obligor shall pay bridge-the-gap alimony to Obligee in the amount of $--per month, payable ( ) in accordance with Obligor's employer's payroll cycle, and in any event, at least once a month or ( ) other (explain)--beginning (date)--and continuing until: (date)-- (a period not to exceed two (2) years); death of either party; or remarriage of the Obligee, whichever occurs first.
If the obligee in that same hypothetical scenario earned $4,000 per month, the obligor would pay $1,496 per month, a difference of $494 per month.
Tendering a completion contractor to the bond obligee
En effet, qu'y a-t-il de plus insupportable que d'etre obligee d'essuyer les caprices du premier venu ; que de sourire a un faquin que nous meprisons dans l'ame ; de caresser l'objet de l'aversion universelle ; de nous preter a des gouts aussi singuliers que monstrueux ; en un mot, d'etre eternellement couvertes du masque de l'artifice et de la dissimulation, de rire, de chanter, de boire, de nous livrer a toute sorte d'exces et de debauche, le plus souvent a contrecLur et avec une repugnance extreme ?
If jurisdictional obstacles pose hardships across state lines, even further challenges come to light when a support order originates in a foreign country and an obligee seeks enforcement in a particular U.
Unlike the proposed treatment for private annuities, Alternative 1 allows the gain on the sale of the property to be reported over the term of the installment sale, regardless of when the obligee dies.
i]t is well established that an accrual basis obligor is not permitted to deduct an expense stemming from a bilateral contractual arrangement, that is, mutual promises, prior to the performance of the contract for services by the obligee.
BETTING: 9-4 Canadian Sunset, 4-1 Compton Eclaire, 9-2 Lucy Lamplighter, 6-1 Arctic Top, 7-1 Just Stunning, 10-1 Obligee De Sivola, 16-1 Anns Benefit, 25-1 others.
This statutory change authorizes the court to reduce or terminate alimony based upon a finding that a "supportive relationship exists between the obligee and the person with whom the obligee resides.
Son etude tres exhaustive restera une reference obligee pendant longtemps.