Validating contracts with seal
As long as it adequately records the intent of the parties involved in a contractual agreement, it's considered a valid signature.Usually this mark is made by a pen, but not necessarily.Whichever form it takes, the key importance of the signature is proof that an offer has been considered and accepted.But are there any rules to help determine whether a signature is valid, or even if a signature is necessary?
The law essentially recognizes the validity of electronic records, contracts, and signatures as having the same force of law as their paper-based counterparts.
Knowing the elements necessary to create and execute a contract can help you create an appropriate legal contract.
One of the primary requirements for becoming a licensed architect is passing the Architect Registration Exam (ARE).
Make Your Mark Usually, a signature is simply someone's name written in a stylized fashion. All that needs to be there is some mark that represents you.
It can be -- as many signatures end up -- a series of squiggles, a picture, or historically, even the traditional "X" for people who couldn't read and write.