assumption of indebtedness


assumption of indebtedness
Exists when person binds himself to pay debt incurred by another. Pawnee County Excise Board v. Kurn, 187 Okl. 110, 101 P.2d 614, 618.
See also subrogation

Black's law dictionary. . 1990.

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