Signatures: Sign of the times

What counts in law as an effective signature? Malcolm Dowden investigates in light of recent case law ‘The Court of Appeal decided that the old rules relating to typewritten “signatures” were inapplicable to the Law of Property (Miscellaneous Provisions) Act 1989, s2.’Apart from temper tantrums and fine food, King John, Henry VIII and Gordon Ramsay …
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