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comaker

n. when two or more people sign a check or a promissory note, each is a comaker, and each is liable for the entire amount to be paid. (See: maker)

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(38) For example, "persons secondarily liable" may include sureties, guarantors, endorsers, accommodation makers and comakers.
([section] 104) Persons who are secondarily liable such as guarantors, sureties, endorsers, comakers, or other such persons may also receive the benefits of the act by the court, if fair and equitable.