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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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.
9, 2012 /PRNewswire/ -- National Tenant Network announces a new partnership with Co-Signer.
Anyone who agrees to help obtain a bond should understand that they are acting as a co-signer and assuming responsibility for ensuring that the accused returns for the court dates.
National Tenant Network founder and CEO, Edward Byczynski, will participate with partners Co-Signer.
With a rigorous applicant screening process, an efficient program to reduce paperwork, duplicate data entry and a revenue assurance program through NTN affiliate Co-Signer.
Abraham Morgentaler, Associate Clinical Professor of Urology, Harvard Medical School, and Chairman of the Androgen Study Group, noting the only continent without a co-signer is Antarctica.
If there is not enough money in the account for the payment, Fynanz notifies the co-signer that the payment is late and that it will attempt to withdraw the funds again in three days.
To then disqualify students based on credit denial or the inability to find a co-signer would leave these financially-fragile yet desirable students at risk of dropping out, which we certainly want to avoid.
OnPoint Community CU will also use the TotaleAtlas' DocQ module, which provides for partially signed documents to be stored in a queue so that the signer or co-signer can complete the document electronically at a different time and/or different branch.
Consumers who do not have an established credit history may apply with a qualified co-signer to increase their chances of receiving a loan with the most attractive terms.
Private student loan rates are dependent on one's credit profile and may require a co-signer.
Although the authority does not require a co-signer, participating institutions generally require a co-signer who meets certain credit standards established by the institutions.
This program, the first of its kind, provides an unsecured credit card without the requirement of a co-signer.
Feig said she was acting as a co-signer for Garcia and has not paid the $645 monthly rent or the $300 security deposit.
This means a lot to the parents because without having to be the co-signer, they can go on to something else and not be tied up in a student loan for the next 20 or so years," McFadden said.