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

  • Bobby, said Thompson, did not cosign the loan, but he was to share equally in the profits or losses.
  • The Clintons agreed to cosign the mortgage and appear at the closing.
  • He once flew into a rage at the powerful General Alvaro Obregn, ordered him at gunpoint to cosign a rebellious telegram, then had to retire for more than an hour to restrain .
News & Articles

  • Will Cosigning Hurt My Credit?
    The effect of cosigning a loan can vary with each situation. Here's what you need to know before you sign.
    July 4, 2013 - Credit.com via Yahoo! Finance
  • COLUMN: Daughter still harassed for cosign 10 years ago
    Dear Mary>> About 10 years ago, my daughter cosigned on an automobile loan for a friend. The “friend” skipped out on payments and left town, so they came after my daughter for payment. All these years later, she still has not paid anything on the loan. Is there a time limit for how long they can keep after her to pay? Is there anything that she can do to get out from under this problem? Thanks ...
    June 29, 2013 - The Oneida Daily Dispatch
Quotes

  • Nico in Earthtimes (press release)
    CoSign has proven to be easy to use and very effective,explained Nico Scholtz, Enterprise Information Solutions Manager, Pebble Bed Modular Reactor (Pty) Ltd. "It's a fact that documents that are digitally signed with CoSign are more...

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