cosignatory


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cosignatory

a person, country, etc., that signs a documentjointly with others.
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Network Rail, using its borrowing powers, would raise the finance to electrify the network and be reimbursed over the lifetime of the next Wales & Borders franchise - for which the Welsh Government is a cosignatory with the DfT.
Bashir said southern Sudan ruling party, which is cosignatory of the 2005 peace agreement, breached the CPA because of its calls for separation putting aside making unity attractive.
Notably, he said, Limlingan was also the cosignatory of the former president of Omni in all its transactions with the Makati City government.
Mendoza, former Nabcor vice president for finance and a cosignatory of the checks, told the Inquirer that Javellana always superseded the process and signed the checks ahead of all of them so the money could be released immediately.