Legal Question in Entertainment Law in California

What does ''Its'' mean?

In the signature section of a contract, I see

two lines. One for ''By,'' and one for ''Its.''

Which do I sign my signature in, and

what's the other one?

Asked on 1/04/07, 2:30 pm

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Jonas Grant Law Office of Jonas M. Grant, A.P.C.
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Re: What does ''Its'' mean?

When signing on behalf of a corporation or other entity/organization, instead of your individual capacity, you sign on the "By" line and state what title you hold on the "Its" line.

E.g.:

LAW OFFICE OF JONAS M GRANT PC

By: Jonas M Grant

Its: President

Unfortunately, if you had to ask about the above, there is a pretty decent chance that whatever else was in the contract was not understood by you either; you may want to consider having the contract reviewed by an attorney prior to signing it. Hope this helps, and best of luck.

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Answered on 1/04/07, 3:09 pm

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