obligee

noun
ob·​li·​gee | \ˌä-blə-ˈjē \

Definition of obligee 

: one to whom another is obligated (as by a contract) specifically : one who is protected by a surety bond

First Known Use of obligee

1574, in the meaning defined above

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obligee

noun
ob·​li·​gee | \ˌä-blə-ˈjē \

Legal Definition of obligee 

: one (as a creditor) to whom another is legally obligated an obligee protected by a surety bond — compare debtor, obligor

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