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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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About his wife as co-signatory, he explained the client required two signatories and his wife was travelling with him.
As a co-signatory with our former CEO, I take personal responsibility to bring the public debate on this matter to an end." Shannon Thyme Klinger is currently Chief Ethics, Risk and Compliance Officer.
While Ehrat, who has been Group General Counsel and a member of the executive committee since 2011, acknowledged that the contract was legally in order, he said there was an error and that, as co-signatory with the former CEO, took personal responsibility to bring the public debate on the matter to an end.
But an email to the Home Office from the same day read: "In 2016 I was co-signatory on a letter to the Home Secretary, stating that whilst I welcomed any constructive scrutiny, I did not believe an independent inquiry was necessary.
Under the rules, the CSTRO shall also prepare a statement of payment advice for all cheques issued on the day and the same shall be sent to SBP duly signed by the signatory and co-signatory. The CSTRO may electronically, transfer the details of approved Refund Payment Order to the SBP for direct credit to the declared bank account of the claimant and the intimation of such advice shall be given to the claimant, it added.
The famous Islamic figure known for his opposition to the policies of the government and a co-signatory to the initiative, further questioned the commitment of the government to the outcome of the national dialogue, especially the recommendations on the security and intelligence services.
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.
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 is Britain's long-standing position, as a co-signatory of the Sino-British Joint Declaration, that Hong Kong's prosperity and security are underpinned by its fundamental rights and freedoms, including the right to demonstrate."
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.