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    Agreement Signature Block

    Wednesday 2nd December 2020

    [Update January 9, 2013 and January 11, 2013: I made minor changes to the signature block examples to comply with the contracting style manual.] Ken: I found that in your example in MSCD2, a signature block must be used in a signature block if a signatory of a legal party is an entity, the name of the signatory entity is not included in all caps (example 9). Is that planned? Is it illegal or is the treaty expiring? Or should I add my personal name somewhere in the signature block? In the 5th edition, please also note how the signature is delivered, especially the modern practice of damp signing and sending a digitized version, so that the scanned counterparts create the fully executed agreement instead of signing and sending two or more identical chords, so that each part ends with a wet copy signed by each other party. It`s a nice piece of information, which is useful. Since the only identity of the signatory on the contract document is his signature, how can I be satisfied that he or she puts their real signature minus a witness? A less precise term for these last words of agreement would be the testimonium clause: it is less precise because, in principle, no testimony is needed since the decline of the Roman Empire and Roman law, except that for acts of English law and notarized acts in European continental systems, a witness would be co-signed, as can be reflected in a clause. Two partial comments. If none of the parties involved block of signatures match the names exactly as at the beginning of the contract it is still valid. And if it is an electronic signature and the contract asks for the Social Security number but is not included, it is valid. It`s for an entertainment contract. In my job, we have work authorization forms we have the job supervisor, or someone has unhinged. We want to add a line under the signature line, but we need the right wording. The above signature is an authorized representative of the company. We need that so that there are no problems to get paid for the work.

    We`re in NY and NJ advice on formulation? The signatures for the entities are different. The reason is the authority. Anyone who signs for a company must be empowered to hire it. Not everyone can sign a contract. For this reason, a company`s signature block refers not only to the person who signs on behalf of a company (because a company cannot sign for itself, it needs a person with the power to sign) but also the position they hold. A block of signatures for a company looks pretty much like this: I can`t help but think that signature blocks are a thing of the past. A practice that was formed at a time when contracts were on a sheet of paper that had to be signed at the bottom (the line therefore). The name was necessary, because sometimes it could not be understood from the handwritten signature. According to the title…

    I guess another thing from the past, where you only added titles with everything (Sir, Woman, Dr, etc.). In a world where contracts are made and signed on a computer, the signature block looks old-fashioned. Once you`ve defined the name of the parties from the beginning, you`re pretty fixed. A computer identifies the identity of the signatory, so it only has to enter the name that gives its name. Do we really need the signature block? I`d say no. I agree with Ken Adams (and the majority opinion) that authority issues are better dealt with in the agreement itself, not in the signature block.


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