thing you can do is have a scribble for a signature, you might as well go back
in time where they signing with an x. Make your signature is legible, the more
letters you can recognize as letters, the harder it is for some one to
duplicate those letters. Keep your signature as consistent as possible. Some
one that tries to duplicate your signature are going to have more variations.
You could have two signatures, one that the public sees and one for official
It is good to
video tape an important signing, it prevents doubts later.If the other party does not want to be
taped, then maybe you should not go through with the deal.
It is a good
idea to see other signatures of the other party, to see if the document he just
signed matches up, and that he is not trying to disguise for later denial. Make
sure you get a original of the document, not a copy. If you have a particular
pen you use make sure you use that pen for important documents.
the document notarized, at least in Canada the notary takes a copy of the id
and is required to write in their book.
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