obligee

[ob-li-jee]
noun
1.
Law.
a.
a person to whom another is obligated or bound.
b.
a person to whom a bond is given.
2.
a person who is under obligation for a favor, service, or benefit.

Origin:
1565–75; oblige + -ee

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obligee (ˌɒblɪˈdʒiː)
 
n
1.  a person in whose favour an obligation, contract, or bond is created; creditor
2.  a person who receives a bond

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obligee
1570s, from oblige.
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Example sentences
General remedies of an obligee of a housing authority.
Copies of the orders shall be served on the obligee and obligor.
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