Definition of "counterpart"
  1. A written document that forms part of a contract, typically signed by different parties in separate locations
How to use "counterpart" in a sentence
  1. The real estate company in New York and the client in California signed their respective counterpart of the property deal.
  2. Though in different states, both the CEO and the supplier signed the same counterpart of the agreement.
  3. For the joint venture, each company signed a counterpart of the agreement in their headquarters.

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