I have an Installment Agreement which I have an "original" copy. The Agreement has 2 versions of the first page. One version has no signature for my father, yet it does have a signature for me. The second version has a signature of me and a signature for my father yet his is a forgery. Pages 2 & 3 have my initials and my fathers initials for which are forgeries. The last page has both our signatures, which we believe may be valid, however neither of us dated the agreement on the last page. The date is typed in by another party and the date reflects a date for which neither of us were available to sign the Agreement. In my possession are a total of 4 different versions of this contract, provided to me by different entities, involved in the sale and loan. Is this a valid Contract, being has their is more than one version, has forgeries and is not properly dated by the parties on the date for which it is declared to have been signed
My best advice to you would be to consult with an attorney who can actually read the Agreement you're referring to. Often agreements can be signed in counterparts, meaning there can be different signature pages that, when pieced together, form a single agreement. You say the last page (the signature page?) has both your and your father's signatures, which you believe may be valid. This seems to indicate an intent to be bound by the terms of the Agreement. So if your concern is the other pages that have dates and initials you don't recognize as being yours or your father's, an attorney can help you determine whether or not the agreement is enforceable. You can find on in your area on the Find a Lawyer tab. Many offer free consultations. Good luck.
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