obligor

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noun ob·li·gor \ˌä-blə-ˈgȯr, -ˈjȯr\

Definition of obligor

  1. :  one who is bound by a legal obligation

1541

First Known Use of obligor

1541


Law Dictionary

obligor

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noun ob·li·gor \ˌä-blə-ˈgȯr, -ˈjȯr\

Legal Definition of obligor

  1. :  one who is bound by an obligation to another an obligation extinguished by performance of the obligor — compare creditor, debtor, obligee, promisor, surety


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