The following contracts are not capable of delegation: Material Changes of Responsibility – A contract that materially alters the obligor’s duties under the agreement is not transferable.
Particularly, an assignment that greatly increases a party’s delivery requirements cannot be assigned.
Modification after Assignment – Generally, a contract cannot be modified after assignment.
Court Action – If an assignee receives a judgment against the obligor.
If a court adjudicates the matter, the assignee winning at court may be vested with the authority to establish priority in performance of assigned rights.
Non-Assignable/Delegable Contracts: Unless the agreement limits assignment of rights, most contracts are assignable.
Delegation of duties pursuant to contract is more limited.