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cosignatory

1. a person, country, etc., that signs a document jointly with others
2. signing jointly with another or others
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As a co-signatory of the leader's allowance account he would have had to put his name to any outgoing money.
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).
5050, which among other things created the National Women's Business Council and abolished requirements that a female entrepreneur obtain a male co-signatory for her business loan; led and participated in multiple international business exchanges; has served as a data resource to help the federal government better understand and meet the needs of women business owners; and organized and participated in public policy summits in Washington, DC to ensure the perspective of women business owners is heard.
England's Department for Transport (DfT), as co-signatory will resist any NfD move despite using this model on several routes including the the East Coast Main Line.
While Russian President Vladimir Putin's administration, which cut off supplies in June as relations worsened, was keen for the European Union to commit itself to financing Ukraine, officials from Kiev also underlined their view that having the EU as a co-signatory would "guarantee" Moscow did not renege.
It was found Mr Haughey siphoned off large sums of money from the party leader's account for his own personal use and this was made easier by the fact that Mr Ahern, who was then a co-signatory on the account, signed blank cheques.
The leader of Newcastle City Council Nick Forbes is a co-signatory of the report.
Aijaz will serve as co-signatory along with treasurer and president of SSA, the statement added.
He was a passionate believer in serving the community - and in 2008 was a co-signatory of a letter to the then First Minister, Rhodri Morgan, which was highly critical of wind farm policy, its costs and the damage it might inflict on the Welsh landscape.
was co-signatory to a Russia-authored proposal that called for an end to the US control of
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.
At the International Telecommunication Union's (ITU) recent World Conference on International Telecommunications (WCIT) in Dubai, China was co-signatory to a Russia-authored proposal that called for an end to the US control of Internet addressing and asserted a desire to control Web access more tightly.