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cosignatory

a person, country, etc., that signs a documentjointly with others.
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that Reserve Bank of Malawi will be a co-signatory to the offshore account.
Minister of Canadian Heritage Sheila Copps was a co-signatory.
GLORIA AFTER CASE "If my husband or one of my sons went up to the bank and said they wanted to be a co-signatory on my account, they would be told it doesn't work like that.
The co-signatory of peace agreement pointed to the need to complete arrangement for its advance team to arrive in Juba and to resolve some of political and security issues in the peace agreement before.
She was a co-signatory on cheques with the group's chairman, Carole Mitchell, who became concerned about her ability to cope with the job.
Contract notice: Renewal of the insurance market to cover complementary social protection schemes and health expenses of a collective nature foresight and compulsory membership for all employees of the company sdh - ph and their dependents (spouse, partner, co-signatory of a pacs children considered dependents).
It is Britain's long-standing position, as a co-signatory of the Sino-British Joint Declaration, that Hong Kong's prosperity and security are underpinned by its fundamental rights and freedoms, including the right to demonstrate.
As the co-signatory of the deal, the UK has an ongoing interest in what is happening in Hong Kong.
Eoe1/4EoThis event will take Abu DhabiEoe1/4aos marine leisure proposition to the world and will enable us to demonstrate, first hand, our powerful credentials to a highly influential professional yachting audience,Eoe1/4A[yen] said Al Nahyan who is also the co-signatory of the agreement.
Mr Dixon said because he trusted Dodds, he would as co-signatory to the Nacods' cheques, sign a book full of blank cheques to be completed by her when required.
Co-signatory to the letter, Peter Wheeler, who now works for the Kalamazoo Security Print Group after many years at Kalamazoo, said the Government's introduction of the Financial Assistance Scheme was inadequate.
Marshall was co-signatory to the Red Rose account along with Motherwell and Wishaw Constituency Labour Party treasurer Liz Wilson.