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Is a letter that is not signed a legal document?

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    Posted: 12/May/2015 at 18:17
I have received several letters from two different clubs within the same section of competition that have been unsigned and I would like to know if they are legal or not?

Just to help you with your answer, one letter is from a Club Board of Management to another Club Board of Management requesting them to follow up a previous incident that involved me.

The other one is from a Club Board of Management advising me of a decision that they have made.

Being unsigned, can any or person club take any action as requested within the letter?
Adrian K Menzel - COMMON SENSE - The problem with Common Sense nowadays is that it is just NOT used often enough.

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