remitter

[ri-mit-er]
noun
1.
Law.
a.
the principle or operation by which a person who enters on an estate by a defective title, and who previously had an earlier and more valid title to it, is adjudged to hold it by the earlier and more valid one.
b.
the act of remitting a case to another court for decision.
2.
restoration, as to a former right or condition.
3.
Also, remittor. a person or company that remits or makes a remittance.

Origin:
1535–45; remit + -er3

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remitter (rɪˈmɪtə)
 
n
1.  Also: remittor a person who remits
2.  property law the principle by which a person out of possession of land to which he or she had a good title is adjudged to regain this when he or she again enters into possession of the land

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Example sentences
Remitter requests to pay by credit card by telephone.
When sending a money order it is important to have complete and legible
  remitter information included with the money order.
Upon notification, the remitter will be held responsible for future tax
  required to be withheld from the remittee.
Return the unacceptable remittance to the remitter and request a replacement.
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