I signed a "contract for services" to replace our roof while my wife was away on a trip. No price was specified on the contract except for a reference to an "insurance estimate" (roof was damaged by hail). Is the contract valid without my wife's signature?
Lack of your wife's signature would not invalidate the contract.
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I agree with the other answers and would add that an authorized signer is all that's needed.
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