The legal necessity for documentation applies only to certain types of transactions.
This has been a fairly light data usage month for me and I am right around 800MB of usage with 14 days left. My billing cycle ends on the 26th of the month, so I am right at the midpoint.One of the thornier issues which comes up in legal practice from time to time is the backdating of documents.Legally speaking, this is something that you should not do – or more accurately, there will only ever rarely be occasions when this is appropriate to do.However in practice, for both good reasons and bad, backdating of documents does occur.
The risks of backdating (or misdating) documents accidentally is multiplied in modern commercial transactions by the practice of getting all the documents signed before “completion” and then rushing around dating them afterwards.If the mortgage isn’t complete by a specified date, the borrower could lose the mortgage rate, so they attempt to persuade the notary public to include a date prior to the actual signing.Backdating is the act of writing an earlier date on a document. I have my i Phone 5s on it and occasionally tether my i Pad mini to the phone's Hotspot. 1a) can I do that online, and 2) would it be better/easier to just wait until the 27th? So if I were to switch now (if I decide that makes sense), 1) would I need to backdate the change.Parties may be tempted to ‘back date’ the documents to when their plans were devised or agreed.