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    Default Can you give a different name on the S&P?

    Hi, if I am wanting to make an offer on a house, but let's just say my last name is weird and could be prejudiced against, could you put a different last name and then write OR NOMINEE, on the S&P? Or a trust that doesn't exist + OR NOMINEE?

    Sorry I'm just asking for pure curiosity.

    Apologies if it breaks any rules, please delete if that is the case!

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    You canít start a topic like this without saying the name... common haha

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    Hmmm... unless your surname is "GoF...Yourself" or "KillTheSeller" I don't think anything will care. I for instance don't even look at buyers name...

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    If you want to remain anonymous, perhaps your lawyer can sign and act for you?
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    Incorporate a company. Cost you a couple hundred dollars, and you can call it whatever lovely pro-vendor name you like. Easy simple.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Anthonyacat View Post
    Incorporate a company. Cost you a couple hundred dollars, and you can call it whatever lovely pro-vendor name you like. Easy simple.
    Does it really cost that much, now? I thought it could done for a lot less than a hundred.

    That aside, a company can't sign a document. Only a person can.
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    You can use a nominee to sign, as long as you can find someone that trusts you. If you pull out of the deal, who ever signs is liable

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    Quote Originally Posted by Perry View Post
    Does it really cost that much, now? I thought it could done for a lot less than a hundred.
    $132.25 exactly


 

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