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comaker

(kəʊˈmeɪkə)
n
a person who, in addition to a person who is borrowing money, makes a formal promise that a loan will be repaid or a payment made to a creditor, by signing a promissory note
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A partnership strategy with selected suppliers fits a product leadership strategy; a team-oriented comaker and codesigner strategy fits customer intimacy while competitive bidding and low-cost outsourcing strategy typically fits an operational excellence strategy.
The first usage is in the section extending certain protections "to a surety, guarantor, endorser, accommodation maker, comaker," or other like person.
38) For example, "persons secondarily liable" may include sureties, guarantors, endorsers, accommodation makers and comakers.