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#1858087 - 10/03/13 03:53 PM Clarification on 1002.7(d)(1) - Joint Intent
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In the Official Interpretations at 1002.7(d)(1)(2) where it states "It does not refer to someone whose signature is required by the creditor as a condition for granting the credit requested" mean that it applies only when we require the signature of a specific person-- as in requiring all officers or directors of a corporation to guarantee a loan for the corporation?

or does this also apply where we require a credit worthy co-signer in order to approve the loan of the applicant but of course do not require any particular individual?
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#1858106 - 10/03/13 04:15 PM Re: Clarification on 1002.7(d)(1) - Joint Intent Likes to Comply
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Dan Persfull
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If the person did not apply with the applicant and is on the credit because you required them as an underwriting condition then there is no joint intent to document.
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