allottee

[uh-lot-ee]
noun
a person to whom something is allotted.

Origin:
1840–50; allot + -ee

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allottee (əlɒtˈiː)
 
n
a person to whom something is allotted

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Other than amount changes, administrative changes may be made at the request of the allottee without the member's consent.
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