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Synonyms for countersignature

a second confirming signature endorsing a document already signed


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The "yes" signifies my singularity--the countersignature I must offer in interpreting the text.
See also Jacques Derrida, Countersignature, 27/2 PARAGRAPH 7, 28-29 (2004) (Mairead Hanrahan transl.
A countersignature by the prime minister is required.
Mr Swinnerton said Riley had needed a countersignature for the cash requests, so forged her supervisor's.
Advance Premium: $ Policies Subject to Premium Audit: Audit Period: []Annually []Semi-annually []Quarterly []Monthly Countersignature Of Authorized Representative Name: Title: Signature: Date: NOTE: Officers' facsimile signatures may be inserted here, on the policy cover or elsewhere at the company's option.
When forwarded to the Defense Security Cooperation Agency (DSCA) for countersignature, a Letter of Offer and Acceptance (LOA) Manpower and Travel Data Sheet (MTDS) must accompany all LOA documents that contain manpower.
Endorsements for deposit to the credit of the Corporation in any of its authorized depositories may be made without countersignature, by any officer of the corporation or may be made by hand-stamped impression in the name of the Corporation, unless otherwise provided by resolution of the Board of Directors.
Finally, the president's pardoning powers--as well as any of the president's other powers--is dependent on the countersignature of the relevant minister, in this case the Minister of Justice, without which the pardon is not in force.
As a modality of the signature, the act of subscription opens itself to the countersignature of an act of reading, and therefore to an encounter with the other.
Rounds also opposed the Council of Insurance Agents and Brokers' legal efforts to break countersignature laws, testifying in federal court against the CIAB legal initiative last year.
For Catholics, a document issued by the Congregation for the Doctrine of the Faith with the pope's countersignature, for instance, is far more authoritative than, for example, a reference to the United Nation's Convention of the Rights of the Child, even if the latter has been ratified by the Holy See (which itself is simply a sovereign entity recognized under international law but that possesses no magisterial authority of its own).
Thereafter, the form would either be passed to a more senior business manager for countersignature, or forwarded directly to the finance department for payment.
19 insurance policies had a countersignature signed in New Jersey.
District court in March struck down Puerto Rico's statute that prohibits nonresident insurance brokers from doing business on the Island without the countersignature of a resident agent.
This is the origin of the immense theme that runs through his work, behind the words signature, countersignature, breast [sein], seing (contract signed but not countersigned), saint--cutting, stitching--indecisions .