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(ah-bluh-gore) n. the person or entity who owes an obligation to ...
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A person who has an obligation to pay off a debt.
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A person or organization that is bound by an obligation to another. In a bonding situation, this party, commonly called the "principal," purchases a bond to protect the party to wh [..]
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"person who binds himself to another by contract," 1540s, agent noun in Latin form from oblige.
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The person or entity required to perform on a debt or obligation. See principal.
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A party having a financial obligation or arrangement to make the payment of all or part of debt service on municipal securities. The obligor is often the issuer but may be a conduit borrower of munic [..]
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The person or entity that owes an obligation to another (for example, the party that must pay on a promissory note).
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Definition An individual or company that owes debt to another individual or company (the creditor), as a result of borrowing or issuing bonds. also called debtor.
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one who is bound by an obligation to another [an obligation extinguished by performance of the ] compare creditor, debtor, obligee, promisor, surety
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The person providing a surety bond to an obligee; also known as a principal.
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In a surety bond, the principal or party bound by the obligation. Under a surety bond, both the principal and the surety company are obligors, as the surety must respond should the principal default.
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The person required to perform an obligation.
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A buyer obligated to pay (debtor).
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Obligor is synonymous with debtor, meaning it's an individual or business that owes money to another party.  
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An obligor is someone bound to perform an act or deed, such as paying money on a promissory note or contract. A person who is contractually or legally, committed or obliged, to providing something to [..]
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The insurance company that insures the Administrator, so they have the consistent financial backing necessary to pay your claims.
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Commonly called principal; one bound by an obligation. Under a bond, strictly speaking, both the principal and the surety are obligors.
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One obligated under a contract or bond. Under a bond, both the principal and surety are obligors.
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Commonly called "principal," one bound by an obligation. Under a bond, strictly speaking, both the principal and the surety are obligers.
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"Obligor" means an individual or the estate of a decedent: (a) Who owes or is alleged to owe a duty of support; (b) Who is alleged but has not been adjudicated to be a parent of a child; or [..]
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Corporate borrower, counterparty or individual to which ING has recourse for repayment of the obligation.
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Commonly refers to the person ordered to pay support.
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(ah-bluh-gore) n. the person or entity who owes an obligation to another, as one who must pay on a promissory note.
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An obligor is a person or entity legally required to provide a payment, service, or other benefit to another person or entity (the obligee).
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The person ordered to pay child support.
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Commonly called "principal," one bound by an obligation. Under a bond, strictly speaking, both the principal and the surety are obligers.
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The person who is obliged to pay child support (also referred to as the noncustodial parent or NCP).
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(legal,finance) The party bearing a legal obligation to another party, the obligee.
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Commonly called "principal," one bound by an obligation. Under a bond, strictly speaking, both the principal and the surety are obligers.
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A person who has an obligation to pay off a debt.
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