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obligate

verb agree to perform, agree to be burrened with, assume a duty, assume a moral responsibility for, assume responsibility for, assume the performance of, become legally responsible for, become obliged, charged with, committed to accomplish, compel, contracted, covenanted, indebted to, promise to do
Associated concepts: contractual duties, implied obligations
See also: assign, coerce, compel, constrain, detail, encumber, entail, exact, force, guarantee, necessitate, press, require
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But loan originators argued that there was enough data around so that the individual obligators could be "re-identified.
1991) El coneixement de llengua catalana i castellana en acabar l'ensenyament obligators (Documento no publicado).
Category 4:100 percent weight * All loans and other claims on private obligators not placed in a lower risk category.
However, parents, a guardian or a spouse must become co- obligators for the loan.
It is hoped that the Supreme Court will once again strictly apply the law of substantial change of circumstances to incarcerated obligators who petition for a reduction of their child support payment.