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Who has signed it please?
Yes it can be. It is the legal doctrine of the unknown principle.
So if you did not know the true identity of the Landlord when signing then it is legal.
If you knew the Landlord was not the sister then the tenancy agreement is not binding.
Can I clarify anything for you about this today please?
If you knew and accepted it - then it is binding.
Does that help?