Definition of assignable in English:

assignable

adjective

  • See assign

    • ‘In this case, the contract specifically provided at paragraph 17 of the purchase agreement that the agreement was binding on the parties, their heirs and executors and assigns thereby confirming that it was assignable.’
    • ‘Other contracts, such as equipment leases, maintenance contracts and the like, may also contain clauses providing for their termination upon assignment, or may not be assumable or assignable.’
    • ‘What if the right was assigned, but not assignable?’
    • ‘This Performance Bond is personal to the Buyer and is not transferable or assignable.’
    • ‘The point is not whether the action is ‘personal’ or whether it is assignable, but whether the person who has died had a ‘cause of action.’’

Pronunciation

assignable

/əˈsʌɪnəb(ə)l/