By IncNow | Published October 8, 2013

1. A person or entity to whom some property or privilege is signed over.
2. A person who is appointed to act for another. In the context of an LLC, it is one who receives an interest in the LLC with economic rights, but not voting rights, unless the intent was also to give the assignee voting rights. By comparison, to give away voting and economic rights together, is a transfer with a transferee and a transferor.

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