What is the name for a clause added to a legal document?
The answer depends on the details and circumstances. It depends on the type of document. Generally, you would cause problems by signing a "legal" document with an alias. Consider the following: The other party to the document may encounter difficulties proving that it was you who signed. The document would lose its legal effect if it cannot be proven that you signed it. If the document is a contract, and you breach it, it may…
Is it fraud if a person creating a legal document purposely rearranges a person's name on a legal document?
Your ex-wife signed your signature on a car title that was in both your names She was awarded the car in your divorce Is it legal for her to sign your name and sell it to a third party?
Is a document legal if a false name is used such as a person using their legal first name but changing their last name to their middle name combined with their last name separated with a hyphen?
depends on the document. if the person who signed incorrectly acknowledges the mistake and is willing to sign and date a new document or extension of the first, then yes it is binding. legal documents can be reissued without bias. for instance a marrage cerificate, can be reissued with the correct information and it doesnt mean you have to get married again. if they do not acknowledge the mistake it is falsification of identity. or…