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Someone signed our agreement and added "under protest". Is

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Someone signed our agreement and added "under protest". Is our agreement still valid? Does "under protest" have any legal meaning? Note: we did not threaten or intimidate this person in any manner, but required their acceptance of a non-disclosure agreement in order to provide them our client details. Thanks.
Signing under protest has no legal significance if consideration was exchanged. The contract is still enforceable. Especially a non disclosure agreement.
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Customer: replied 4 years ago.


You are very welcome. Good luck.

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