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2008/05/12 11:46:22 (permalink)

signature witness

does anyone know if its possible to get a signature witnessed for free? but obviously legally. not, ill watch you sign it.
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    RE: signature witness 2008/05/12 11:47:51 (permalink)
    i think your local police station will. worth asking.
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    RE: signature witness 2008/05/12 12:32:23 (permalink)

    ORIGINAL: onion

    i think your local police station will. worth asking.

    thanks didnt know that, before i go there can anyone else confirm?
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    RE: signature witness 2008/05/12 12:41:30 (permalink)
    Hi

    Pretty much anyone can witness a document signature, although it obviously makes sense to use someone neutral i.e with no connection to the documents contents, especially a financial one. It's probably better not to use family either.
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    RE: signature witness 2008/05/12 13:14:26 (permalink)
    I used to get asked to sign passports by my colleagues as I am Doctor by title.
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    RE: signature witness 2008/05/12 14:11:05 (permalink)

    ORIGINAL: kitty

    I used to get asked to sign passports by my colleagues as I am Doctor by title.

    interesting, what are you a doctor in out of interest?

    this is for a legal document so i think it has to be someone of legal stature status or smoething i dont know. not sure who comes under that umbrella exactly and im looking for a cheap option, solicitors do it buts costs.
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    RE: signature witness 2008/05/12 16:34:47 (permalink)
    Doctor, bank official, teacher, solicitor, - that sort of thing

    The first two will be your best bet for a freebie depending on your relationship with them.
    post edited by PartyBoy - 2008/05/12 16:35:05

     
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