adstipulator  (ad-stip-y<<schwa>>-lay-t<<schwa>>r),  n.[Latin]  Roman  law.  An  additional

party to a contract who could enforce the contract along with the principal (i.e., the stipulator). •

An  adstipulator  who  enforced  an  agreement  would  have  to,  in  turn,  pay  the  stipulator.  An

adstipulator was brought in to avoid the rule that a person could not directly stipulate for payment

after death. [Blacks Law 8th]