In most legal systems, assignments involving fraud or abuse of rights are contrary to public policy. [15] Aircraft leases generally contain language that prohibits the lessee from assigning the lease to a third party. For example, „you do not have the right to sell, transfer, assign, sublet or weigh in on the equipment or this agreement“ protects the owner`s warranty and credit coverage policies in the event that the lessee wishes to one day transfer the lease agreement to another party. However, it is possible to transfer the lease, but the new party (assignee) is subject to the credit quality verification process and the approval of the lessor. Even if the assignee is authorized, the personal guarantees of the existing lessee (Zdners), if any, may not be released unless the solvency of the assignee is extremely strong. 7.2. In the event of the insolvency of the credit issuer or partner or the default of the credit issuer or partner in accordance with the cooperation agreement between the lender, the partner and AV Marketplace, the AV Marketplace assignee, in its capacity as agent, irrevocably authorises the borrower to inform the borrower of the assignment of the claim on behalf of the buyer and to require the borrower: to continue to make all payments resulting from the right to AV Marketplace or, in the event of transfer of the management of the claim by AV Marketplace to a third party, from a third party as trustee of the buyer. The assignee authorizes AV Marketplace to send the borrower notifications of assignment of the receivable. 5.1. In order to avoid differences of opinion, the parties defend and acknowledge that: there are many requirements that exist for a fair transfer of ownership, outside the „norm“, to transfer clear and unconditional intentions. [16] These conditions are essential characteristics of a legal assignment: absolute assignment (an unconditional assignment: the conditions precedent or part of a debt are not absolute) and the assignment must be made in writing and signed by the assignor, especially for immovable property.

[17] 14.2. . . .

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