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Obligee or creditor

OBLIGEE or CREDITOR, contracts. The person in favor of whom some obligation is contracted, whether such obligation be to pay money, or to do, or not to do something. Louis. Code, art. 3522, No. 11.
     2. Obligees are either several or joint, an obligee is several when the obligation is made to him alone; obligees are joint when the obligation is made to two or more, and, in that event, each is not a creditor for his separate share, unless the nature of the subject or the particularity of the expression in the instrument lead to a different conclusion. 2 Evans' Poth. 56; Dyer 350 a, pl. 20; Hob. 172; 2 Brownl. 207 Yelv, 177; Cro. Jac. 251.

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Oblectate
Oblectation
Obligable
Obligate
obligate anaerobe
obligated
Obligation
Obligation of contracts
obligational
Obligato
Obligatorily
Obligatoriness
Obligatory
Oblige
obliged
obligee
-- Obligee or creditor --
obligement
obliger
obliging
obligingly
obligingness
Obligor
Obligor or debtor
Obliq
Obliquation
Oblique
oblique angle
Oblique arch
Oblique ascension
oblique bandage
Oblique bridge
oblique case
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