affix one's signature


affix one's signature
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  • affix one's signature to — index notarize, sign Burton s Legal Thesaurus. William C. Burton. 2006 …   Law dictionary

  • affix — v. (D; tr.) to affix to (to affix one s signature to a document) * * * [ æfɪks] (D; tr.) to affix to (to affix one s signature to a document) …   Combinatory dictionary

  • signature — n. 1) to affix; scrawl one s signature 2) to forge smb. s signature * * * [ sɪgnɒtʃə] scrawl one s signature to affix to forge smb. s signature …   Combinatory dictionary

  • affix — verb (t) /əˈfɪks / (say uh fiks) 1. (sometimes followed by to) to fix; fasten, join, or attach: to affix stamps to a letter. 2. to impress (a seal or stamp). 3. to place (one s signature) on a document. 4. to attach (blame, reproach, ridicule,… …   Australian English dictionary

  • signature — noun 1 written name ADJECTIVE ▪ illegible ▪ handwritten ▪ valid ▪ forged ▪ digital, electronic …   Collocations dictionary

  • affix — I. transitive verb Etymology: Latin affixus, past participle of affigere to fasten to, from ad + figere to fasten more at fix Date: 1533 1. to attach physically < affix a stamp to a letter > 2. to attach in any way ; add, append …   New Collegiate Dictionary

  • sign — vt 1: to affix a signature to: ratify or attest by hand or seal sign a bill into law; specif: to write or mark something (as a signature) on (a document) as an acknowledgment of one s intention to be bound by it 2: to assign or convey formally… …   Law dictionary

  • notarize — no·ta·rize / nō tə ˌrīz/ vt rized, riz·ing: to acknowledge or attest as notary public notarize a document Merriam Webster’s Dictionary of Law. Merriam Webster. 1996. notarize …   Law dictionary

  • endorse — I (New American Roget s College Thesaurus) v. t. approve, support, second; recommend; subscribe (to); sign. See approbation. II (Roget s IV) v. 1. [To inscribe one s name] Syn. sign, put one s signature on, countersign, underwrite, sign one s… …   English dictionary for students

  • subscribe — sub·scribe /səb skrīb/ vb sub·scribed, sub·scrib·ing [Latin subscribere, literally, to write beneath, from sub under + scribere to write] vt 1: to write (one s name) underneath or at the end of a document we now subscribe our names as witnesses W …   Law dictionary