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In relation to signing in counterparts, if there are two signatures for one party, can these two signatories sign in counterparts or do they need to sign the same copy?

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Published on LexisPSL on 08/09/2016

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  • In relation to signing in counterparts, if there are two signatures for one party, can these two signatories sign in counterparts or do they need to sign the same copy?
  • Are multiple signatures required from one party?
  • If multiple signatures are required from one party

In relation to signing in counterparts, if there are two signatures for one party, can these two signatories sign in counterparts or do they need to sign the same copy?

This Q&A covers business-to-business simple contracts (not deeds) for goods or services entered into by persons within England & Wales for (UK incorporated) companies based in the jurisdiction. For purposes of this Q&A, it is assumed that there are only two parties to the agreement, no foreign or conflict of law issues apply and that the contracts and their formation are exclusively governed by English law and solely

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