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Synonyms for cosigner

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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They need to set up some sort of checks and balances; for example, a co-signer or someone to approve decisions above a certain dollar amount.
If there's a co-signer on a loan, however, that person will be responsible for repaying it.
In the press release announcing its ownership change, Co-Signer.
Gulf Times Co-signer Ahmad told that he and his parties had what it took to make sure peace was realised, also stating that there was no infighting within his party.
AP) -- An upstate New York woman has been sentenced to 15 months in prison and has to pay restitution after listing her former landlord as co-signer on a $23,300 student loan.
The green economy is an issue on which the Moroccan government has worked for years and on which we have a number of achievements both in law and practice," said Boulif, co-signer of the two documents with the Secretary General, Angel Gurria.
It's difficult for international students to get a co-signer in the US or Canada and parents are struggling to find sources of finance.
One industry official said it is customary for pay stubs to be required of customers with a credit score of 650 and below, and pay stubs and a co-signer for young people without credit.
First, it requires verification of ability to re-pay or a co-signer for young consumers.
The SBA guarantees a portion of the loan (between 50 to 90 percent depending on the program) acting much like a co-signer.
Iran is a co-signer of the (Nuclear) Non-Proliferation Treaty and has the right to develop nuclear technology for peaceful purposes, but we tell Tehran from the (Persian) Gulf that they need to be cautious about not losing the international community's confidence through its actions," he said.
Youngsters need an adult co-signer to act as a "custodian.
Title III of the new legislation aims to protect young consumers by requiring students under 21 to have a co-signer, show ability to pay monthly bills or prove that they have completed a financial literacy course.