Nominee Law and Legal Definition

Nominee means

  • A person named or designated to act in place of another.
  • A person who is proposed for an office, membership, award, or like title or status. An individual seeking nomination, election, or appointment is referred to as a candidate. A candidate for election becomes a nominee after being formally nominated.
  • A party who holds bare legal title for the benefit of others or who receives and distributes funds for the benefit of others.