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Signing NDA agreements with some form of alias

1 Answers. Asked on Aug 31st, 2017 on Contracts - California
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Hi, I was wondering if I can use an alias, or something that isn't my real name to sign an NDA with no intention of breaching said NDA.
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Answered on Sep 06th, 2017 at 2:48 PM

There must be something else behind your question. You can use an alias, and it makes you appear to be dishonest person. 

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