cosignatory Meaning in the Cambridge English Dictionary
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"cosignatory" in British English

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cosignatorynoun [C]

uk   /ˌkəʊˈsɪɡ.nə.tər.i/  us   /ˌkoʊˈsɪɡ.nə.tɔːr-/ formal
one of two or more ​people who ​sign an ​officialagreement or ​document
(Definition of cosignatory from the Cambridge Advanced Learner’s Dictionary & Thesaurus © Cambridge University Press)

"cosignatory" in Business English

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cosignatorynoun [C]

uk   /ˌkəʊˈsɪɡnətəri/  us   /ˌkəʊˈsɪɡnətɔri/ (also co-signatory)
one of two or more ​people, countries or ​organizations who ​sign an ​officialagreement or ​document: He is a cosignatory to a ​letter, ​published in the Financial Times. Canada is a co-signatory of the North American Free Trade Agreement.
a ​person or ​organization that ​signs a ​document already ​signed by another ​person, ​agreeing to ​pay that person’s ​debt if they ​fail to do so: British ​students in the US need a ​local co-signatory to ​apply for a ​loan.
one of two or more ​people or ​organizations who take ​equalresponsibility for a ​financialarrangement: When one of the co-signatories dies, all of the ​assets in the ​jointbankaccount will continue to be ​available to their ​partner. As a co-signatory to the ​mortgage, she is considered a ​jointinvestor in the ​fund.
(Definition of cosignatory from the Cambridge Business English Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)
Translations of “cosignatory”
in Chinese (Simplified) (正式文件的)共同签署者,联署人…
in Chinese (Traditional) (正式檔的)共同簽署者,聯署人…
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