There is a lot of information needed to answer this question, information which should not be discussed on a public website. I would advise that you contact the rental entity and inform them that you did not sign this document and accept no liability for the terms contained. If they insist, retain counsel or at least consult with counsel to decide how to proceed.
I agree with Mr. David. You however listed this practice under Oil & Gas. It should be under Landlord & Tenant. Notify the owner or agent that you are currently divorced or separated and that you did not consent to the signing. You should seek the advice of an attorney in your area to assist you. Good luck.
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