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signatory

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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Second, suing a non-signatory agent instead of the signatory principal carries its own set of risks.
Since its inception in 2000, Canadian Connection grew from concentrating on signatory services to providing payroll services for their many clients, including Ogilvy & Mather and Draftfcb.
It is expected that this mentoring visit and training workshop will pave the way in attainment of full signatory status of Washington Accord in near future.
27, 2010, doesn't address either the matter of signatory authority or whether the accounts were active or dormant.
According to the spokesman for the Egyptian foreign minister, the closed-door meeting also examined the meeting of foreign ministers of the signatory countries, slated for March in Cairo.
The Montreal-based secretariat believes that each signatory nation should set its own numerical targets to be achieved by 2020 and report on progress being made to meet the targets.
A third signatory, Eamonn Leavey, is also named on the site.
a) it is linked in an unique manner to the signatory
Thomas is an instructor with the International Brotherhood of Electrical Workers (IBEW) Local 164 Training Academy and a technician with Shared Technologies, one of the Local's signatory contractors.
Each signatory pays an annual fee, attends UNEP FI General Meetings, and submits a brief annual report on steps the institution has taken that year to advance its commitment to the relevant UNEP FI statement.
However, that Newmarket maiden was a slowly run, tactical affair and Signatory enjoyed the run of the race from the front, soI don't place a whole lot of faith in the form lines.
He was a signatory on all of M's bank accounts, but could only issue checks on V's prior approval.