signed in counterparts

Discussion in 'French-English Vocabulary / Vocabulaire Français-Anglais' started by CaraCypher, Apr 7, 2007.

  1. CaraCypher

    CaraCypher Member

    The transmission of this and all other documents by email and fax, even if signed in counterparts, shall be legally binding and fully enforceable by mutual consent of the parties.

    I don't get it at all ["even if signed in counterparts"]. how could a contract be legally binding if just one party would sign it? can you please help me? or is it just "un duplicata" a copy
  2. dnldnl Senior Member

    Russian, Ukrainian
    Contract signed in counterparts is still signed by all the parties. Each party essentially signs a different copy of the contract, yet each copy is an original. It is very much possible as long as the reference to the other document is made in the contract.

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