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No, that's the point of being a co-signer. Your role is to make sure the payments are made. If the primary person on the loan cannot make the payments, the co-signer is responsible for covering the payments. If a cosigner was not held responsible for the loan, it wouldn't make much sense to even have a co-signer.

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