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Any document that you sign when you are not competent to do so (such as when you are drunk) is not an enforceable document. But you still want to take steps to rescind the document because otherwise you may have to prove you were drunk later on.
Write a letter to the person stating that you rescind any agreement or promise that you may have signed on the date in question and that it is not enforceable because you were intoxicated. Sign the letter in front of a Notary and send it to the person by certified mail so that you have proof it was received. Keep a copy of the letter and the green card receipt for the mailing.
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