How can I rescind a signature on a legal document, a succession?
State/Country relating to Question: Louisiana
I signed the succession papers and two papers to agree to sell farm land and a house with 1.4 acres. The description was wrong for the house and is actually the house that belongs to a neighbor. Exclusions were omitted from the papers involving the farm land. I have done nothing, yet. I just needed to know if I could put that in writing, have it notorized and take it to the lawyer handling the succession? I want to make sure that would rescind my signature until the corrections are made?
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I live in Winnsboro, Louisiana, in Franklin Parish. I just sent more info. Let me know if you did not get it.
yes, you could do that, but it should be done as an AFFIDAVIT which is a legal sworn document, also if the description of the property listed is wrong, contact the BUYER ASAP and notify them of this as the deal should be stayed until the changes are made.
use the below as a sample affidavit. http://www.alllaw.com/forms/Affidavit/unauthorized/
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