(law) To agree to turn over or transfer money or goods to an individual or legal entity other than the party who was to originally receive them. A company that has bought out another legal entity may seek an attornment from a supplier who had an outstanding contract with the former entity, and if the supplier attorns, the company can obtain goods on the same terms as were agreed to with the former entity.

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