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In the transfer of an asset, liability, or anything else, the party that makes the transfer. That is, the assignor originally holds the asset or liability and gives or sells it to the assignee.
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A person making an assignment.

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The third parties referred to here include not just another assignee of the same claim, but all third parties whose rights are affected by the assignment, most importantly the assignor's general creditors and the assignor's insolvency administrator in its role as representative of the collectivity of the assignor's creditors.
In order for someone who has allegedly been injured (the assignor or applicant) to be a "covered person" person under Ins.
8,016,803; Joerg Mueller, Karben, Germany; Cornelia Martynus, Nid-derau-Ostheim, Germany; Ralf Geilich, Eppstein, Germany; Simone Seeboth, Schwalbach, Germany; Erkaterina Ana-toiyevna, Ponomarenko, Bad Soden, Germany and Michael Divo, Friedrichsdorf, Germany; Assignors to Procter & Gamble, Cincinnati, OH
The international character of an assignment or a receivable is determined by the location of the assignor, the assignee, or the debtor.
of the income producing property [the patents] together with a contingent right to income therefrom, payable, if at all, at some indefinite time in the future in an indeterminate amount, with respect to which the assignor [taxpayer corporation] had no voice or control whatsoever, prevents us from treating the case as one involving the anticipatory assignment of income, which when paid becomes taxable to the assignor."
7,919,669 B2; Donald Roe, Barry Feist, Krista Comstock and Lisa Goodlander, assignors to The Procter & Gamble Company, Cincinnati, OH
At this point, this court is obligated to give full effect to the declaratory judgment insofar as it stays all proceedings arising out of the alleged accident with respect to the instant assignor. Since the entry of judgment was filed after the declaratory judgment was issued, this court must find the entry of judgment of the no-fault summary judgment to be a nullity.
Under the Convention, a person who transfers or creates a security over a receivable is called the assignor. The transferee or holder of the security is the assignee.
7,910,796 B2; Thorsten Bechert and Peter Steinrucke, assignors to Bio-Gate AG, Nuremburg, Germany.
7,354,424; Tamar Giloh, assignor to TamiCare Ltd., U.K.
6,761,957; Bobby Phillips, Jackson Nelson and Shriram Bagrodia, assignors to Clemson University Research Foundation, Clemson, SC.
DeGreen, assignors to Kimberly-Clark worldwide, Inc., Neenah, WI.