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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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Death and disability loan forgiveness: full loan forgiveness for the cosigner if a primary borrower dies or becomes permanently disabled.
Nine in 10 private loans required a cosigner in 2011, according to the CFPB.
Instead, the dealership said it had found a bank that would finance a new car for her if she found a cosigner.
Purchasing a new vehicle through the usual OEM-owned finance companies could often be next to impossible for first-time young buyers without sponsorship from a credit-worthy cosigner.
Comment nommer convalescence," Jeanne Hyvrard asks, answering herself without hesitation: "l'operation qui consiste a recreer le monde et a le cosigner.
Most of the time, I'd rather keep my own name on the first line although I wouldn't mind God as a cosigner, especially when my debts are called in.
The report showed that more than 94 percent of newly originated undergraduate private student loans included a cosigner in the 2014-15 academic year, and that rate has been above 90 percent since the 2009-10 academic year.
The $14 million New York University Federal Credit Union reported that its student card program would not face much impact from the new law-primarily because the CU already asked for a cosigner for student cards.
Given typical credit requirements, most students choose to apply with a cosigner - usually a parent or relative - and lending decisions are based on the credit worthiness of the student and their cosigner.
The report showed that 92 percent of undergraduate private student loans included a cosigner in Q1 2014, and that rate has been above 90 percent for several years.
Interest Repayment Option: Under this option a student,often with the assistance of a cosigner, pays only the monthly accruing interest while in college.
Another option drivers can utilize is having a cosigner on the loan.
March 31, 2014 /PRNewswire/ -- Nine in 10 Millennials are familiar with cosigning and nearly two thirds used a cosigner in the past, according to a new survey from Experian Consumer Services.
The collateral supporting the bonds consists of 75% Federal Family Education Loan Program (FFELP) loans and 25% private loans, of which 90% were originated with a cosigner.