alienor

[eyl-yuh-ner, ey-lee-uh-, eyl-yuh-nawr, ey-lee-uh-]
noun Law.
a person who transfers property.
Also, aliener [eyl-yuh-ner, ey-lee-uh-] .


Origin:
1545–55; obsolete alien (v.), Middle English alienen + -or2; replacing alienour < Anglo-French (compare French aliéneur) < Late Latin aliēnātor. See alienate, -tor

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alienor (ˈeɪljənə, ˈeɪlɪə-)
 
n
law a person who transfers property to another

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Therefore, the purpose of filing alienor judgment is undermined by the removal of important identifYing information.
Therefore, the purpose of filing alienor judgment is undermined by the removal of important identifying information.
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