Does the creditor have to sign the H P agreement at point of sale?
The first step that makes a sale binding is the execution of the purchase and sale agreement by both parties. You will then be bound by the terms of that agreement. Many people wait until they have signed the P&S before they retain an attorney to represent them in the purchase. However, an attorney should review the agreement before you sign.
That depends on what you did sign. If you signed your name to some sort of an agreement that didn't require the signature of the other party then it would be enforceable, i.e., that you will mow the lawn every week and keep the premises clean as part of your monthly rent. If you are referring to something such as a purchase and sale agreement then both parties must sign.
Is it legal to be forced to sign an agreement that you don't want to sign and will be terminated if you don't?
Agreement for Judgment, with Debtor (Download) I, ___________________, (“Debtor”) hereby agree for judgment against me for $_________ as of today, ____________, to ______________ (“Creditor”). I, Debtor, do further agree not to protest any collections efforts, in any Court of law or otherwise, against me for this amount of money, plus accrued interest, and any legal fees, by Creditor, its successors or assigns. I further agree, not to protest any attachments to any property I own…