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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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In a letter by council chair Julia Ojiambo addressed to financial institutions, Prof Ojiambo says Prof Mbeche will be a mandatory signatory to all banking facilities for the university effective June 28.
'We are [also] a signatory to the nuclear nonproliferation treaty,' he said.
The VC, who is a Professor of Law, explained that it was not only improper that the dismissed ASUU branch chairman of the university, Dr Isaac Oyewunmi, is still a signatory to the bank account of the union more than a year after his dismissal from the services of the university over alleged misconduct bordering on money extortion from students and also still collecting N50, 000 monthly allowance, but also illegal and fraudulent.
"We are pleased to welcome CMA, Oman, as a signatory to the MMoU," said Dr Saporta.
Mark Mandich, President and Chief Executive Officer of PPM, said, "Becoming a PRI signatory furthers our commitment to responsible investing on behalf of our clients.
With the resignation of Kaul, the interim committee has been trying to convince CK bankers to have former national team bowler Edward Tito Odumbe, a member of the committee become a signatory but that has not bored fruits thus putting the South Africa tour in limbo.
He said a study coordinated by the National Cybersecurity Agency under the purview of the National Security Council was conducted by the Attorney General Chambers in recent years to determine the feasibility of becoming a signatory of the Budapest Convention.
Summary: New Delhi [India], June 22 (ANI-BusinessWireIndia): Hero FinCorp, part of the $10 billion Hero Group, has reaffirmed its commitment towards responsible business practices and financial inclusion by becoming a co-founding signatory to the globally applicable Guidelines for Investing in Responsible Digital Financial Inclusion.
The Texas Supreme Court in late May ruled that a party to an insurance contract that mandates arbitration of disputes is not required to enter arbitration in a dispute against another party that is not a signatory to the contract.
He said the committee must reach a common ground between all the signatory parties.
The PE provisions are not part of the minimum standard adopted by the MLI signatories; thus, each signatory must choose whether to opt in to individual provisions.