CONSIDERING, on July 15, 2018, the seller began selling supplies to the buyer as part of a verbal agreement based on the terms described in the proposal; and considering that the parties now wish to conclude this contract, which dates from 15 July 2018, referring to the oral agreement of the parties and taking into account the additional conditions provided by the proposal; The $1 million sola change that I am preparing for this client to deliver to his benefactor, the actual date the funds were wired, was legal. It was created to document or commemorate an earlier oral agreement on the repayment of funds. In other cases, the parties may enter into a transaction orally “in hand” with the intention of concluding a written agreement at a later date. Many years ago, one of my clients had to borrow $1 million. To my surprise, a benevolent lender wired the money to the customer without having credit papers on site, but with the hope of obtaining a debt note at a later date. You can create the lease retroactively, but not reissue the signatures. Our tenants do not have a lease, but have asked to strengthen their paper trail to the INS (one of the couples was born abroad). I know the leases are “good” for both parties, but they have been here for over 6 months. Should the lease be retroactive to the withdrawal date or should it start now? I don`t want to be locked into an annual rental agreement now that we already have 6 months of rental contract, since we have to increase the rent before. a retroactive lease would be preferable, it seems (and for the INS would be more beautiful), but would it be fraudulent? In another example, imagine an owner who does not wish to rent an apartment to a minority candidate. The landlord finds a tenant without a minority and dates the signing of that tenant to assert that the non-minority tenant rented the apartment before the minority applicant`s application. This retrodedation may be illegal, as it should mislead the minority applicant and facilitate unlawful discrimination against the lessor.
Yup. I would consider it as a documentation of an oral agreement that already existed. Aint no biggie. Nunc pro tunc, which means “now for the time,” is most often seen in court decisions.