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Variable number of signers

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Feb 25, 2020

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I have a lease agreement that sometimes requires between 1 and 4 tenants to sign (depending on the household), as well as myself. I need to always sign last, and it needs to be on the designated line for landlord. Can I set up a template where my signature is always anchored on the landlord line? If I set up my template for 4 tenants, and it happens that there are only 2, then my signature ends up in the slot designated for tenant 3. I understand that I can go in and move the signature line on a case by case basis, but this document has over 50 pages with all of the disclosures, and multiple areas for signatures and initials. Also, use this lease several times a week, so changing it every time is a burden. Is there a way to anchor my signature, regardless of the number of signers?  

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Variable number of signers

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Feb 25, 2020

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I have a lease agreement that sometimes requires between 1 and 4 tenants to sign (depending on the household), as well as myself. I need to always sign last, and it needs to be on the designated line for landlord. Can I set up a template where my signature is always anchored on the landlord line? If I set up my template for 4 tenants, and it happens that there are only 2, then my signature ends up in the slot designated for tenant 3. I understand that I can go in and move the signature line on a case by case basis, but this document has over 50 pages with all of the disclosures, and multiple areas for signatures and initials. Also, use this lease several times a week, so changing it every time is a burden. Is there a way to anchor my signature, regardless of the number of signers?  

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