1. Dear *****, you have nothing to worry about here. What is important is that both your father and your mother signed the trust deed. Not where they signed it. Here, it is quite obvious that a mistake was made as to where on the document each was to sign it. However, this will not invalidate the document as both did in fact sign it. That is all that is important. Not that they signed it in the wrong place.
2. Once both the signatories to the trust deed have properly signed the trust deed, then it is valid. It will not invalidate the trust deed that each signed against the other person's name. The trust deed is perfectly valid and there is no need for any outside intervention or rectification.
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