You are well within your right to request a fully executed (both parties have signed) original copy. If you received only one copy for purposes of signing from opposing counsel, I recommend photocopying the agreement for at least one additional copy. Sign both copies and return to opposing counsel. Request via letter that opposing party sign both copies and that one be returned to you for your records. Typically, three or five original copies are signed. The court needs one original and I like to ensure that at least both parties have an original.
You can request a copy and they should give it to you with out any issues. I just feel better if you set a meeting and sign it at the same time.
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