cosigner

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one of two or more signers of the same document (as a treaty or declaration)

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a signer in addition to the principal signer (to verify the authenticity of the principal signature or to provide surety)

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The loans will have terms comparable to private loans available for students with US co-signers.
Students who borrow under the program will not be required to secure co-signers.
employees, self-employed professionals, and non-salaried, high net worth individuals--all of whom require some type of credit enhancement such as co-signers or additional security deposits to qualify.
Significant numbers of aid administrators are encouraging the use of Parent PLUS loans and loan application co-signers, as well as building alternative lender lists.
Rushton said the two councilors, who are among the co-signers of the order, want to be able to vote on it.
While the bankruptcy stalled the bank from taking the church's property, the case went forward against the co-signers of the loans, pastor Kevin D.
Nine days after 9-11, William Kristol wrote the president on behalf of PNAC and 36 co-signers urging an attack on Iraq "even if evidence does not link Iraq" to the 9-11 terrorist attacks.
For instance, 38 per cent of immigrants trying to find suitable housing cited at least one problem with the most common being the high costs of housing, and the lack of guarantors or co-signers.
ASAE joined about 50 co-signers who support the argument that increasing access to information pertaining to charities through private and public initiatives, coupled with enforcing current laws that categorically prohibit fraud, is the most responsive way to protect potential donors from disingenuous groups.
Many co-signers think they are simply vouching for the borrower's integrity.
Co-signers were the governments of Australia, Canada, Chile, China, Japan, Mexico, New Zealand, the Republic of Korea, the Russian Federation, and the United States.
Sure, you've got some solid proof of kickbacks and book-cooking, but going public with it would mean ending programs important to some would-be co-signers.
The letter's co-signers collectively represent more than 450,000 scientists and tens of thousands of miners, processers, manufacturers and other industries with millions of employees across the U.
Prospects are recaptured through the use of social mechanisms centered on interactions with co-signers and smart alerts.
Co-signers include the National Family Planning and Reproductive Health Association and the National Women's Health Network.