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Usually, a signature is simply someone's name written in a stylized fashion. However, that is not really necessary. The signature can be made by anything that marks the paper. Pencil is not favored because it can smudge and be erased, but a signature made with a pencil is equally valid as a signature in pen.
Signatures necessarily do not have to spell your full name. Signatures are a mark affixed by a person on a document to show his consent or dissent from the writing of the same, provided he puts his hand up and owns that this is his mark.
Signatures necessarily do not have to spell your full name. Signatures are a mark affixed by a person on a document to show his consent or dissent from the writing of the same, provided he puts his hand up and owns that this is his mark.
No, you do not have to use your legal name as your signature.
Obviously, you cannot just take a picture of your signature on a piece of paper, crop it, and paste in your documents to use it for making the documents legal; this method will not provide any decent level of evidence as someone else can easily copy-paste it from your document to another document.
A legally binding signature makes an agreement official once all parties have placed their signatures on a contract. Signatures are the most common method of indicating that you have read over and agreed to the terms, even if a person's signature is so stylized and unique that's illegible.
A mark or sign made by an individual on an instrument or document to signify knowledge, approval, acceptance, or obligation. The term signature is generally understood to mean the signing of a written document with one's own hand. Almost all states have passed laws that recognize the validity of "digital signatures."
Traditionally, signatures are in cursive, but it can be argued that it's not a requirement. This means that with a wet signature (i.e. a signature that is written rather than electronically typed), a person could potentially use their printed (non-cursive) name or even a symbol like a happy face as a valid signature.
The background to the case When the common seal is not used and where a company has more than one director, section 127 requires that at least two directors or a director and a company secretary of the company sign a contract in order to bind the company.
In most cases the directors will have authority to bind the company in contract but it is not always so clear-cut. Contracts can be signed on behalf of a company by a person acting under the company's express, implied or apparent authority.
Instead of having a contract executed by the company, s43(1)(b) of the Companies Act 2006 provides that contracts can be signed on behalf of the company by a person acting under the company's authority.
Companies have a legal responsibility to keep written financial records and to regularly report to members their financial performance and position. This duty is placed on companies,not directors. In confirmation, a director is required to sign a declaration to this effect.
The Companies Act 2006 (CA 2006) section 414 (approval and signing of accounts) states that: 'A company's annual accounts must be approved by the board of directors and signed on behalf of the board by a director of the company. The signature must be on the company's balance sheet.
The deed must be signed by the grantor or grantors if the property is owned by more than one person. The deed must be legally delivered to the grantee or to someone acting on the grantee's behalf.
Though signatures are mandatorily required on the last page of the deed in order to make it a binding and legally enforceable contract but it is better that all pages of the same are signed by all parties to the contract. ( for example act which cancels all sets of the contract.
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