According to Federal UCC the following applies to personal legal signatures: § 1-201 Definitions (Federal)
(37) "Signed" includes using any symbol executed or adopted with present intention to adopt or accept a writing.
§ 3-401. SIGNATURE.
(a) A person is not liable on an instrument unless (i) the person signed the instrument, or (ii) the person is represented by an agent or representative who signed the instrument and the signature is binding on the represented person under Section 3-402.
(b) A signature may be made (i) manually or by means of a device or machine, and (ii) by the use of any name, including a trade or assumed name, or by a word, mark, or symbol executed or adopted by a person with present intention to authenticate a writing. State Laws may have additional criteria. For example, Utah State Law states: "Signed" includes using any symbol executed or adopted with present intention to adopt or accept a writing.
There are thousands of types of legal documents. It would help to know which type you are referring to.
Generally, in any legal document, the signature should match exactly the name printed at the top of the document. A common category in which this type of issue arises is in the execution of deeds that convey real property. Although the document would be 'legal', that is, the grantor who signed their name incorrectly could not regain their property, the signing of the name incorrectly would require some action to correct the record. That could involve executing and recording a corrective and confirmatory deed or recording a scrivener's affidavit certifying that the person named at the top and the person who signed are one and the same.
I'd suggest I, Jane Doe (nee Brown) The married name is "Doe" and the maiden name is "Brown"
The maiden failed to pass the document
A married womans maiden name is the last name she had before she was married, the last name of her parents.
No. Only married people (typically women) have a maiden name. A maiden name is someone's last name before she/he got married.
Since Henry Hudson was a man he did not change his name when he married and therefore has no "maiden name." Only married women could have maiden names.
if they are not married yet their maiden intials for the bridal shower cake.
Yes. The trustee may request a copy of your marriage license in order to document that your maiden name and your married name indicate one and the same person. The trustee may need that documention for their own file for verification that they distributed to the right person if you want her/him to make your distribution check payable to you under your maiden name. Also, if an inheritance is involved you may need to sign some sort of a release when distribution is made. You can sign by using your married name and add AKA (also known as) your maiden name. It's not a big problem and can be taken care of when distribution is made.
joes maiden name is joe Jonas he is not married
Your mother's maiden name is her last name (surname) before she married.
She was a maiden goddess (she never married).
Yes. Even if you were granted the right to resume your maiden name you can continue to use your married name.Yes. Even if you were granted the right to resume your maiden name you can continue to use your married name.Yes. Even if you were granted the right to resume your maiden name you can continue to use your married name.Yes. Even if you were granted the right to resume your maiden name you can continue to use your married name.
Name before married?
About $1600, or £1066.
She kept both her family names, maiden and married. Her maiden name was Ludwig and Hays was her married name.
The spelling is maiden - and it is a woman's birth name (if a woman is married, her maiden name is her birth name) The spelling is maiden - and it is a woman's birth name (if a woman is married, her maiden name is her birth name) In short, it is the name a woman used before she becomes married. Usually a woman gives up her maiden name and takes her husbands. ie: Joan Everest becomes Mrs. John Betterman. Her maiden name is still Everest
Bruce, Adrian, Steve, Dave are married.
Yes, Steve Harris is married.
Married Sherry (schoolteacher; maiden name unknown)
Cruella is not married, so her maiden name is de Vil.
A woman's maiden name - is the surname she was born with. She would normally take her husbands surname once they married. For example, Miss Smith (her maiden name) - would become Mrs Jones (her married name).
Yes he is.
No. There shouldn't be a problem. At worst you may need to provide a copy of your marriage certificate to document the name change. You can obtain a copy at the town clerk's office where you were married.
Her maiden name is the last name she had before she married your dad and took on his last name.
Its your name before you get married. It normally just applies for women. Hence the term "maiden"