5.Counterparties. This assignment agreement may be signed in any number of counterparties, each of which shall be considered original, with the same effect as if the signatures were on the same instrument. This Assignment Agreement will be effective when each party has received Consideration signed by the other Party. 4. Considerations. This First Amendment may be enforced in return. Each counterparty is considered the original, and all counterparties are considered the same instrument with the same effect, as if all parties had signed the same signature page. SECTION 9. Counterparties. Homologous.
This Amendment No. 14 and all documents, amendments, approvals, consents, information, notices, certificates, applications, declarations, disclosures or approvals in connection with this amendment (each, a notice) may be in the form of an electronic record and executed using electronic signatures (including, but not limited to, fax and .pdf) and will be deemed original and have the same legal effect. Validity and applicability as a paper file. Amendment No 14 can be implemented simultaneously in as many counterparties as necessary or appropriate, including its paper and electronic counterparts, but each counterparty is considered to be the original and all these counterparties constitute the same agreement. For the avoidance of doubt, authorization under this paragraph may include, without limitation, buyer`s use of or acceptance of a manually signed paper communication converted to electronic form (e.B. scanned in pdf format), or an electronically converted signed communication into another format for transmission, delivery and/or storage. Electronic signatures and facsimile signatures are valid and binding to the same extent as the original. For the purposes of this Agreement, the electronic record and electronic signature have the meaning assigned to them by 15 USC § 7006, as amended from time to time. Examples of clauses that provide for the signing of counterparties include: Section 14.12 Counterparties.
This agreement can be signed in any number of counterparties with the same effect as if all the signatory parties had signed the same document. All counterparties must be arranged together and form the same instrument. Now, the execution of agreements can take place even if the parties to the agreement are in different places and in different countries. This is made possible by the fact that documents can be signed in counterparts. What does that mean? (i) execution in counterparties. This Agreement may be performed in any number of counterparties, each of which shall be deemed to be the original in respect of any Party whose signature is contained therein, and which together constitute the same instrument. This Agreement becomes binding if one or more Counterparties, individually or collectively, are signed by all parties designated herein as signatories. In short, the safest way for simple contracts and deeds is for the parties to exchange PDF copies of the signature pages executed by email, as well as – in the same email – a Word or PDF version of the entire signed agreement. In short, contracts and deeds can usually be signed against each other.
The absence of a specific counterparty clause should not affect the validity of a document where a document has been executed in return. However, such a clause may help prevent another party from claiming that an agreement is not binding. They could argue that, in the absence of a counterpart clause, they were unaware that they were entering into a binding contract by signing an agreement not signed by the other parties. e. Considerations. Such waiver and modification may be made in two or more considerations, each of which is an original, but which together represent only one document. The delivery of an executed consideration from a signature page to this waiver and modification by fax or e-mail is effective as a delivery of a counterparty executed manually to this waiver and modification. Contracts and simple acts usually contain a clause that expressly allows the execution of the document in return. 6. Considerations. This change can be made in any number of counterparties and by different parties on separate counterparties, and each counterparty is considered the original, and all these counterparties together form a single instrument. Consideration for such modification may be provided by fax or other electronic transmission, and such consideration will be as effective as if the original consideration had been physically delivered and will then be binding on the parties to this Agreement and their respective successors and assigns.
27. Considerations. This Agreement may be performed by the parties in separate counterparties, each of which, when performed and delivered, is an original, but all such counterparties together form a single instrument. The parties agree that this Agreement, all documents to be delivered under this Agreement and all notices under this Agreement may be transmitted between them by e-mail and/or fax. The parties intend that faxed signatures and electronically mapped signatures, such as .pdf files, constitute original signatures and be binding on all parties. If the contract or deed does not contain a “consideration clause”, can the parties still perform the contract or deed as consideration? 5.Counterparties. This modification may be made by either party by means of a PDF signature and on one or more counterparties, and by different parties on separate counterparties, each of which shall be deemed to be the original of any party whose signature appears therein, which together constitute a single instrument. Homologous.
This Accession Agreement may be implemented in several counterparties. If you are wondering whether an electronic signature is legal in a particular contract, first look at the contract and the counterpart clause. If you are still not sure, contact a lawyer. 11.15 Enforcement; Homologous. This Agreement may be signed and signed by fax or other electronic means and in any number of counterparties, each of which is an original but which, taken together, shall be considered a single document. Electronic and digital signatures (e.B. . JPG,. PDF) are considered original signatures. Some practitioners believe that an enforcement clause requiring the signature of two authorized signatories can be signed against each other. However, there is a lack of legal authority on this point, and this is not the preferred point of view. SECTION 3.
Counterparties. This First Amendment may be executed by one or more Contracting Parties on any number of separate counterparties, by fax or e-mail, and all such counterparties together shall be considered as one and the same instrument; Signature pages can be separated from several separate peers and attached to a single counterpart, so that all signatures are physically attached to the same document. A signature page in facsimile or portable document format (PDF) represents an original for all intents and purposes. .