Presumably this problem can arise when the signatory sends in the signature page by email or fax.To deal with this problem, you could adjust my recommended dated-signatures boilerplate by adding the sentence in bold italics: 14. This agreement will become effective when all the parties have signed it.Q: My sister wants to renovate her property and has asked if I would lend her some of the money she needs.
This would outline the amount of the loan that you have granted and what you expect in return.
That means that you’d have to designate one party by name in the new language, as the non-signing parties might receive the signing party’s signature on different dates. This agreement will become effective when both parties have signed it.
Designating one party in this manner would only work if one party is responsible for transaction logistics. The date this agreement is signed by the second party to sign it (as indicated by the date associated with that party’s signature) will be deemed the date of this agreement.
The latter means you have a legal interest in the property.
With both of these options, if your sister already has a mortgage, she would need to speak to her lender.