the first to have paid for the assignment) has the strongest right, while the remaining assignees may have other remedies. In some countries, the rights of the respective zsionnaires are determined by the old rule of common law in Dearle v Hall. Land rights can be assigned like any other contractual right. However, the transfer of the right of ownership involves special obligations and obligations. In the event of an assignment, the zdiger transfers the entire balance of interest to the assignee. The transferor may not retain any interest in recidivism in the right of ownership. The interest of the assignee must be linked to the interest of the next person in the right of ownership. When temporal or interest interest is reserved by a rental client, the deed is not an assignment, but a sublease. Unless otherwise agreed, all rights of the seller or buyer may be assigned, unless the assignment materially alters the obligation of the other party, significantly increases the burden or risk imposed on it by its contract or significantly affects its chance of performance. A right to compensation for breach of the entire contract or a right arising from the performance of its entire commitment by the assignor may be assigned despite other agreements [sic]. Assignment is a concept of law used in the context of contract and property law. In both cases, attribution is the process by which one person, the assignor, transfers rights or benefits to another, the pension recipient.
 An assignment may not be subject to an obligation, charge or reduction without the explicit agreement of the assignee. . . .