Countersignatures are required on many different types of documents. Some countries require countersignatures on passports, and many types of domestic health and legal documents require countersignatures as well. Mortgage paperwork often requires countersignatures in various situations.
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countersignature — n. a second confirming signature endorsing a document already signed. Syn: countersign. [WordNet 1.5] … The Collaborative International Dictionary of English
countersignature — index affirmance (authentication), affirmance (judicial sanction) Burton s Legal Thesaurus. William C. Burton. 2006 … Law dictionary
countersignature — noun see countersign … New Collegiate Dictionary
countersignature — /kown teuhr sig neuh cheuhr/, n. a signature added by way of countersigning. [1835 45; COUNTER(SIGN) + SIGNATURE] * * * … Universalium
countersignature — noun A signature made to confirm or endorse another … Wiktionary
countersignature — n. additional signature … English contemporary dictionary
countersignature — coun·ter·signature … English syllables
countersignature — /kaʊntəˈsɪgnətʃə/ (say kowntuh signuhchuh) noun a signature added by way of countersigning … Australian English dictionary
countersignature — A signature, often that of a subordinate, added to the signature of an officer or superior, by way of authentication; an additional signature required by the terms of a written contract, as in the case of the requirement for the signature of a… … Ballentine's law dictionary
countersignature — noun a second confirming signature endorsing a document already signed • Syn: ↑countersign • Derivationally related forms: ↑countersign (for: ↑countersign), ↑countersign • Hypernyms: ↑ … Useful english dictionary