Q: If I sign a voluntary no trespass order and I choose to revoke my signature, does revoking make the order null/void??
I left a residence and the property manager basically said to sign a voluntary no trespass order so that they would end up having to get police involved later on if there were issues between my girlfriend and I. Which at the time I decided to sign the paper and then a few months later my girlfriend and I got back together and now I am curious as to if I revoke my signature will it make the order null/void.
A: A court order requires a judge's signature, not yours. I am not sure what you signed and what, if any, legal significance it has.
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