Despite the absence of a signature, a woman contractually responsible – Michigan Lawyers Weekly
A woman could be bound by a contract she did not sign, a Michigan Court of Appeals panel ruled, upholding an arbitration award in favor of a construction company where the arbitrator found that a married couple were jointly responsible for the cost of a project – despite the woman not signing the contract.
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