Signatory definition

Signatory means an individual who authenticates a record and is bound by its terms.
Signatory means the person who signs this Agreement for the benefit of a Company, Close Corporation, Trust or other legal person formed or as Trustee for a Company not yet incorporated;
Signatory means a natural person who creates an electronic signature;

Examples of Signatory in a sentence

  • Information has been provided by 80% (n=16) of the Signatory States.

  • The Signatory States that have not reported are: Jordan, Myanmar, and United Republic of Tanzania.

  • Information has been provided by 75% (n=15) of the Signatory States.

  • Information has been provided by 85% (n=17) of the Signatory States.

  • The Signatory States that have not reported are: Islamic Republic of Iran, Jordan, Myanmar, and United Republic of Tanzania.


More Definitions of Signatory

Signatory means a person who holds a signature-creation device and acts either on his own behalf or on behalf of the natural or legal person or entity he represents;
Signatory means a person named in the relevant Account Application (or other analogous document under which the Customer authorises persons to communicate with the Bank in relation to the Accounts) who is authorised to act on behalf of the Customer at the time of the relevant Instruction (as defined in Section 4.1) and in respect of the matters set out in clause 3 below.
Signatory means an individual who signs a record.
Signatory means a person that holds signature creation data and acts either on its own behalf or on behalf of the person it represents;
Signatory means the ACMF member which is listed in Appendix A of the MOU and who has signed on to the ASEAN CIS Framework, and collectively, the “Signatories”.
Signatory means a person who may or may not hold a signature-creation device and acts either on his or its own behalf or on behalf of another person to create an electronic signature; and