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The assignor undertakes towards the assignee, except as otherwise disclosed to the assignee, that:
(a) the assigned right exists at the time of the assignment, unless the right is a future right;
(b) the assignor is entitled to assign the right;
(c) the right has not been previously assigned to another assignee, and it is free from any right or claim from a third party;
(d) the obligor does not have any defences;
(e) neither the obligor nor the assignor has given notice of set-off concerning the assigned right and will not give any such notice;
(f) the assignor will reimburse the assignee for any payment received from the obligor before notice of the assignment was given.

Number Issue # Cases
1 Assignor’s undertakings towards assignee in general
1.1 Existence of right
1.1.1 Exception in case of future rights (see art. 9.1.5)
1.2 Assignor entitled to assign right
1.3 No previous assignment or third party rights
1.4 No defences from obligor
1.5 No notice of set-off by obligor or assignor
1.6 Reimbursement of payments from obligor before notice of assignment
2 Disclosure to assignee
2.1 Right not in existence
2.2 Assignor not entitled to assign right
2.3 Previous assignment or third party rights
2.4 Defences from obligor
2.5 Notice of set-off by obligor or assignor
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