The common law favours freedom of surrender, so that the transfer is in principle permitted, unless there is an express prohibition of surrender in the contract. Therefore, if the assignment is authorized, the assignee does not need to consult with the other contracting party. An assignment cannot affect the obligations of the other party, nor can it reduce the opportunity for the other party to obtain the full benefit of the same quality. As a result, certain types of benefits cannot be awarded because they create a unique relationship between the contracting parties. For example, the assignment of an abuse of law is null and void, since an assignee would be a stranger to the relationship between the lawyer and the client, which was not a duty of counsel and would compromise the interrability of the fiduciary and highly confidential relationship between the lawyer and the client. A parallel concept of transfer is the delegation that occurs when one party transfers its functions or commitments to another under a contract. A delegation and an allocation can be made simultaneously, although a non-attribution clause may also prohibit delegation. This handy note focuses on the transfer of warranty guarantees (see practical note: What are warranty guarantees?). You will find more detailed information on the transfer in general under practical notes: classification in the work contracts and legal and fair assignment in the work contracts. Although this practical note deals with guarantees, the principles apply even when the rights of third parties are used as an alternative to guarantees, see: Contracts (Rights of Third Parties) Act 1999 in construction- over-sicht.
The tacit guarantee of an assignee in the context of a transfer guarantee is that wrongs cannot be transferred as a public order and different statutes may, in some cases, prohibit the transfer.  In addition, the treaty declaration (second) lists the prohibitions on page 317 (2)a) that are based on the effect on the non-assigning party (donor) with similar prohibitions in Single Trade Code 2-210.  For example, UCC 2-210 states: Two other techniques for preventing the transfer of contracts are retraction clauses or clauses that establish a subsequent condition. The first would give the other party the power to terminate the treaty in the event of a surrender; In such circumstances, the contract would automatically terminate. In most jurisdictions, contracts involving fraud or legal breaches are non-friendly to public order.  An individual may also transfer his or her rights to benefits due to a partner as part of a partnership. However, the assignee cannot obtain any of the rights of the assignee in the implementation of the partnership. The agent cannot vote on partnership matters, consult company books or take possession of the company`s property; On the contrary, the transferee can only be granted the right to collect distributions of income, unless the other partners accept the sale of a new subsidiary partner with operational, management and financial interests.