transferee [trans-fuh-ree] ExamplesWord Origin noun
- a person who is transferred or removed, as from one place to another.
- Law. a person to whom a transfer is made, as of property.
An assignment of a chattel mortgage apart from the debt secured, passes no interest to the transferee.
Secondly, that it was a new power which he erected, and that he was not merely the transferee of the power of the Perseid line.
W. E. Gladstone
The transferee cannot acquire a better title than the party from whom he took it had ( 36).
Each is “a transferee by virtue of section 18 of a limited portion of the copyright in that particular composition.”
E. J. MacGillivray
In the transfer of shares, do you require the name of the transferee to be submitted and approved before the transfer is made?
Chester Arthur Phillips
British Dictionary definitions for transferee transferee noun
- property law a person to whom property is transferred
- a person who is transferred
Word Origin and History for transferee n.