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Unless the agreement itself includes some sort of "cooling off" period, there is unfortunately no automatic legal right to change your mind. The agreement is binding unless the other party has also changed their mind, they'll agree to let you out of it, or you can prove that they coerced you into signing - such as by blocking your path out of the room until you did, or by threatening you or your family. Those are the grounds for voiding an otherwise binding agreement.
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