coholder

coholder

(ˌkəʊˈhəʊldə)
n
one of two or more people who hold a title, deed, record, etc, at the same time
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And in others, the deed is granted to coholders or provides for the grant of an interest in the easement to a coholder if and when the first holder acquires the encumbered land, with the idea of preventing the unity of ownership necessary for merger to occur.
He is coholder of a patent for the polymerase chain reaction (PCR) assay used in the study.
Clark is a coholder of the patent on the human reassortant rotavirus vaccine.
Ding is the author or coauthor of thirty-four papers and seventeen reviews and book chapters, in addition to being coholder of thirteen patents.
In the 1934-47 editions, Max Carey (in 1924) and Fred Lindstrom (in 1927) are listed as coholders of the NL record for the longest CGRUNS streak: 15 games.