Execution of deeds and documents

An overview of the law and practice relating to the execution of simple contracts and deeds under the laws of England and Wales. It includes a summary of when a written contract may be necessary, the main differences between simple contracts and deeds, those transactions for which a deed is required, the legal formalities for creating a valid deed and the procedure to follow on a virtual execution of documents.


 

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