Signatory meaning

sĭg'nə-tôr'ē
One who signs or signed something.

John Hancock is famous for being the first signatory to the American Declaration of Indepence, and for writing his name large.

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Relating to a seal; used in sealing.

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Signing; joining or sharing in a signature.

Signatory powers.

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Signatory is defined as any of the people that signed a document.

An example of a signatory is a person who signed a contract.

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The definition of signatory is being bound by the signing of a document.

An example of signatory is the person who signed a rental agreement and is responsible for the rent.

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Bound by signed agreement.

The signatory parties to a contract.

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One who has signed a contract or other legal document as a party.
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A country that is a party to a treaty.
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That has joined in the signing of something.
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Any of the persons, states, etc. that have signed a document.
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Origin of signatory

  • Latin signātōrius from signātus past participle of signāre to mark from signum sign sign
    From American Heritage Dictionary of the English Language, 5th Edition
  • From Latin signatorius.
    From Wiktionary