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Have there been any issues with the contract?
when were you issued with that contract?
A contract does not need to be signed by both parties for it to be legally binding. It would be good to get it signed so that there is evidence that both parties are aware of it and have agreed to it, but it is not a legal requirement. If it can be shown that the contract was offered to you and that you had accepted it and started working under it, then it can still be just as legal, even if it was not signed by anyone. That would depend on what happened after it was issued, such as did both you and the employer start working under its terms, etc
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it would have made it void as long as the intention was to start the new contract and when you were given it, you started working under the new terms
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