Hello, welcome to the website. My name is***** can assist you with this.
What type of qualifications do they hold - are they formal legal executives?
she only dealt with conveyencing listed as conveyencing executive witnessed a document for the nhbc as a pg is this legaly binding as she is not a soliciter
nhbc want to use this document as a legaly binding contract can they do that
Oh, yes, this is ajust witnessing a deed. That's fine.
The witnessing of the signature etc., is perfectly valid. Anybody can do it usuaually. Only solicitors and certain types of other lawyer can swear oaths - but I don't think this is what you're referring to.
so even that I did not see the person that stamped this document and did not have the details told to me what my signature was for this was only revealed to the company secatery im stuffed
Did that person witness your signature (I'm assuming you signed it)
I was not present the documents were taken by the company secatary to be rubberstamped we were informed they were only the registration documents to join the nhbc no mention of pg or indemnitg
Are you part of a company?
And it was the company signing effectively?
was a working director but since left and left holding the baby with the nhbc
I dont think the agreement would be unenforceable because of the witness issue, because usually, that'ss only needed for a deed to be effective. If you get the formalities wrong, then it just becomes like a normal contract (or legally, a 'simple contract').
If this is important to you, my suggestion would be to get the document itself looked at by a solicitor, who would probably do it for free or a nominal fee for you.