Executing and Signing Commercial Property Contracts and Deeds
Signing Contracts and Deeds (Commercial Property)
Contracts and Deeds are only valid if they are executed and signed
correctly. If you have ever wondered if you are following the correct
formalities to sign a contract and/or a deed, and/or whether they can be
signed electronically, this subfolder contains helpful Guidance Notes on
this topic. These Guidance Notes are practical guides to getting it right
when it comes to the process of executing agreements.
The Guidance Note: Formalities for Signing Deeds and Contracts looks at the
different types of written contracts and their features and also provides
helpful signature blocks for use by individuals, companies, attorneys,
partnerships and LLPs when signing agreements and/or deeds to make sure
they are valid whoever is required to sign.
The Guidance Note: Electronic Signature of Deeds and Contracts looks at which contracts, deeds and other documents will
be valid if in electronic form and signed electronically (rather than in
hard copy form) and how they may be created and signed in such form.
These Signing Contracts and Deeds (Commercial Property) Documents are part of the Property Documents Folder. Just £35.00 + VAT will
provide you with 1 year's unlimited access to download all/any documents
from the Property Folder.