cosignatory


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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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Under the new deal the Welsh Government becomes (subject to a statutory change) the primary signatory for the Wales and Borders franchise with DfT as a cosignatory at the start of a challenging four-year programme and continues to provide subsidy payments for rail operations.
Thus, the carrier hire, at the request of the cosignatory person for a tarpaulin to protect the cargo transported in bulk wagons is regarded as a standalone contract.
The ruling party in the North (NCP) is suspected to be playing delaying tactics in order to score as many concessions as possible from SPLM which is the ruling party in South Sudan and cosignatory to the CPA.
The cosignatory of this manifesto stands out because of the attention he paid to automatic writing and automatism in general.