Thu 11 Sep, 2008 03:16 pm
Are a person's actions regarding legal matters, and the signing of any legal papers and so on,
still valid if that person was wanted by, and there is a warrant for their arrest?
I would think that would temporarily put them into a category where any legal agreements entered
into with such a person would be null and void. Does anybody know answer to this query??? Thanks
In general; I don't see how a warrant would alter a person's ability to enter into a contract in any way, shape, or form. Why do you ask?
The ability to enter into contract is affected by things like whether a person is competent, not whether they're wanted by the cops (who can be wrong about such things).
In any event, if it bugs you, see a lawyer.
THANKS ALL - just curious
It is unlikely
in the extreme
that the validity
of anyone 's signature is affected by who the police want
or whether there is an arrest warrant out for anyone.