In the context of a surety bond, an obligee (think: “person to whom is obligated”) is the person to whom a certain level of performance or a duty is promised. In a security deposit replacement surety bond, for example, the obligee is the landlord, since they are being guaranteed protection in the event a tenant (the obligor) damages the apartment.

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