Are original signatures required on contracts?

Are original signatures required on contracts?

This would require an original of the contract, signed by the parties, and not a copy, fax, or scan of the contract. The most significant issue, with signature of a faxed or scanned document, is whether it can be proven that the party, which purportedly signed the contract, did in fact sign it.

Which party should sign a contract first?

Legally it does not matter who signs the contract first as long as both parties agree to it. Practically speaking, it might be better to sign second. One reason for why it is argued that you should always sign second is that you will be bound by any amendments made after you sign.

Can you sign a contract over the telephone?

As a result, we believe it is possible for any person or business to create signed, written contracts over the telephone, so long as the parties can show that they intended through the recording to make a contract and be bound.

When do parties create signed, written contracts over the telephone?

We believe that when parties knowingly and intentionally make audio recordings of their agreements over the telephone, they are creating signed and written contracts that are legally binding and satisfy the Statute of Frauds.

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When do I need the original signed version of agreements?

Basically, if you are presenting evidence to a court, it must be the best evidence available. So if a signed agreement is evidence, then the agreement with the original signatures of both parties will be the best evidence. Anything else is second best. For example, an agreement with one original signature and a copy of the other signature.

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