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sign jointly

sign and endorse (another person's signature), as for a loan

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There are some examples where co-signing is prudent practice, such as, verbal consent or telephone orders, verification of a medication dosage, discarding of a narcotic, or client identification for a blood transfusion.
Just wondering what black-sheep family member burned you so badly as to make a ridiculous blanket screed against co-signing college loans,'' wrote James, a tax adviser.
Gatling, who handles some 30,000 clients per year through his credit counseling firm, finds that many people don't understand the risks of co-signing for another person's debt.
If you do not co-sign the notes yourself, you need to be sure that the person co-signing the notes understands the criteria for acceptable documentation and does not cut corners by co-signing notes that fail to meet the rigorous criteria outlined above.
More often than not, we just have to closely supervise, which can include having a rep on the set or co-signing checks.
Investors see value in the growing demand for secure, quality living conditions with full amenities in the university environment, the surety in the credit-worthiness in parental co-signing of 12-month leases and the economic stability of working adult graduate students," McCarthy pointed out.
The meeting culminated in co-signing of Memo of Understanding (MoU) to form a joint committee for consular affairs.
Investors see value in the growing demand for quality living conditions with full amenities in the university environment, security of the credit-worthiness in parental co-signing of 12-month leases and the economic stability of working adult graduate students," McCarthy pointed out.