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a person who has signed a document such as a treaty or contract or an organization, state, etc., on whose behalf such a document has been signed
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The signatories did not name those they accused of interference.
Among the signatories of the letter are the Egyptian Initiative for Personal Rights, Human Rights Watch and other rights groups from member states of the Arab League.
209) The theory is that by suing non-signatories instead of signatories, the plaintiff is trying to have it both ways by relying on the contract to make a claim, while disavowing the contract's arbitration clause at the same time.
The growing number of signatories in recent years has contributed to a sharp increase in cross-border cooperation among IOSCO members, enabling regulators to investigate a growing number of inside traders, fraudsters and other offenders.
This most recent group of pledge signatories comes from diverse business backgrounds including technology, real estate, apparel and finance.
Regarding peace between Israel and Syria the signatories suggested an Israeli withdrawal form the Syrian and Israelioccupied Golan Heights in addition to land swaps.
However, WRAP started working with governments and existing signatories as far back as 2008 to consider what the next step should look like.
ACTA's draft allows signatories to reduce the civil and criminal liability of online service provides whose automatic technical services are abused by counterfeiters.
The signatories of the appeal call for a sensible compromise that will not bring into question the dignity and the national identity of Macedonians.
Canadian signatories include Grain Growers of Canada, Western Canadian Wheat Growers Association and Alberta Winter Wheat Producers Commission.
PNN via Amnesty International - Archbishop Desmond Tutu, Mary Robinson and Justice Richard Goldstone are among signatories of a new open letter "shocked to core" by recent events.
THERE are now so many signatories on the Downing Street petition urging the BBC to rethink its proposal to slash its racing coverage, that only the most recent 500 can be displayed on the relevant website page.