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Synonyms for assign

Synonyms for assign

to set aside or apart for a specified purpose

to set aside or distribute as a share

to regard as belonging to or resulting from another

to ascribe (a misdeed or an error, for example) to

to change the ownership of (property) by means of a legal document

to appoint and send to a particular place

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We refer to this feature as "bundled assignability.
While an attorney-client relationship is indeed special, defense lawyers should take note of the trend in other professional negligence contexts of permitting assignability.
New cases are included that concern questions of first impression (Indiana), enforceability of fee-for-competition clauses (Kansas), the proper test of enforceability for franchise-context noncompetition covenants (Wisconsin), and covenant assignability where the employer retains a financial interest in a business sold to a successor employer (Pennsylvania).
Rather, embedding depth interacts with the semantic property of (in)definiteness in determining the assignability of unmarked stress patterns.
These technologies may have confidentiality or assignability provisions that impact on their post-acquisition utility.
They are standard contract law and include topics such as governing law, force majeure (acts of God or acts of nature), assignability, amendment and waiver, notice, waiver of terms and conditions, entire agreement and severability.
Borland put boundaries on "look and feel" assignability.
CURRAN, TRENDS IN CONSUMER CREDIT LEGISLATION 342-47 (1965) (presenting, in chart form, a state-by-state summary of the assignability of wages).
108) These characteristics include assignability, availability to form the res of a trust, and the ability of trade secrets to pass to a trustee in bankruptcy.
The assignability issue generally arises when the tenant argues that the right to assign negates an ICCO.
There can be no assurances that this contract will be fulfilled in its entirety, and there is no prepayment penalty or limitation on assignability.
Therefore, understanding the terms and conditions of a target entity's special rate, particularly the assignability and termination clauses, is an important aspect of due diligence.
276) His explanation for the inexorable move towards the modern rule of free assignability was that "the common law was induced to connive at the introduction and extension of this evasion of its principle[s] .