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Nikita Madan   14 July 2017


An Agreement is signed on two different dates, what shall be the date of execution of the same? can you provide me with authentic sources or links ?


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Siddharth Srivastava (Advocate)     14 July 2017

Is agreement mention the date on which agreement was executed between the parties? If there is date of execution then the same shall be treated as date of excution otherwise it would be last date when the agreement was finally signed by either party. You may consult Indian Contract Act. 

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the agreement comes into force from  date of execution.

Nikita Madan   14 July 2017

if that's not mentioned


Time is the essence of any agreement or contract.. If no date of execution,then Date of final signature of either parties.

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Nikita Madan   14 July 2017

okay , thanks a lot, if possible can you provide any link, judgement or can guide where will i find the source, anything will help.

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