By Professor Nancy Rapoport
You all know about the importance of “wet” signatures, right? Those are the signatures that prove that the person who was supposed to sign something actually did sign it. They’re the “real” ones—not replicas. Not only do I still have the old-fogey-ish urge to use blue ink for those signatures, even though there are color copiers now, but I also have a case for you to consider. In Dhaliwal v. Singh (In re Singh), BAP No. NC-13-1285-DJuKi (March 4, 2014), the Ninth Circuit . . .
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