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There is no legal requirement that a contract be signed with your entire name, so long as you intended to be your "mark."
In other words, if you intended what you wrote to represent your agreement to the contract at the time you wrote it, then it is legally sufficient.
Yes, if you intended your mark - be it a full signature or just initials - to signify your agreement to the contract, it is legally sufficient.
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