Unformatted text preview: True Some rights are non-assignable iF they materially a²ect or alter a duty or the rights oF the obligor. A third-party benefciary: May bring suit on and enForce the contract. A third-party benefciary may enForce the contract iF either party has breached their contractual duties. The party making an assignment is called the: Assignor The assignor makes the assignment and transFers the rights to the assignee. An assignment: Is a transFer oF rights. An assignment is a transFer oF rights. The general contractor (delegator) remains liable iF: The subcontractor (delegatee) does the work improperly. The general contractor remains liable to perForm the work properly. A person to whom the promisee's primary intent in contracting is to give beneft is the: Donee benefciary. The donee benefciary is the person to whom the promisee's primary intent in contracting is to give beneft....
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- Summer '14
- Contract Law, General contractor