There are any number of contexts where this comes up — some legitimate and others not exactly aboveboard — but the logistics of negotiating and signing contracts are such that the issue is unavoidable. For those with an hour to kill thinking about the issues, Jeffrey Kwall and Stuart Duhl wrote an excellent article on backdating that was published in Business Lawyer in Setting aside such issues, avoiding unwanted side effects of backdating contracts can be tricky, especially when the purported effective date of an agreement is several months before the date it was actually signed, as can be seen in FH Partners, LLC v. Complete Home Concepts, Inc. FH Partners involves the ownership of a promissory note that was made to a bank in connection with a loan.
Is Backdating Legal?
The execution of documents – getting it right
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It seems that material documents, can be back-dated to the last closed period by entering a posting date of last period? My MM consultant tells me the system is set to allow 'back-dating', so-to-speak, upto as far back as 2 periods ago from current date. I like to confirm this is true and it seems like this setting is at client level for all companies? Previous period posting needs to be allowed in MMRV transaction. Once allowed it will be taken forward with the next period closure job.
Our son is the fourth generation to play a violin made in the early 20th century by Prague luthier Janek John Juzek. Juzek noticed that there was a high demand for string instruments in North America. Juzek engaged area luthiers to make instruments for him and exported the instruments to North America to be sold under his label. They included his own name but a completion date about five years earlier than the actual date the instrument was completed.