pledgor

[plej-awr]
noun Law.
a person who deposits personal property as a pledge.

Origin:
pledge + -or2

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pledgor, pledgeor or pledger (plɛdʒˈɔː, ˈplɛdʒə)
 
n
a person who gives or makes a pledge
 
pledgeor, pledgeor or pledger
 
n
 
pledger, pledgeor or pledger
 
n

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Example sentences
The pawnbroker shall not be required to account to the pledgor for the proceeds received from the disposition of that item.
Property pledged or mortgaged shall be treated as owned by the pledgor or mortgagor.
The pledgor does not possess the property he pawned, unless and until the pawnshop releases it.
The section recognizes that it does not relax prevailing requirements for delivery of possession by a pledgor.
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