As of right now, it’s only possible for two parties to sign no more – no less. But don’t think we haven’t heard you, we are looking into developing multiparty signing as a future feature!

The easiest way to get past this challenge is issuing power of attorney and giving your co-signer the legal right to enter the agreement for both of you.

Another option is to create a copy for the second tenant, so all parties involved gain access to the agreement and have submitted their own signature. If you plan on signing two contracts, you should consider what arrangement you would like.

A) You enter the total rent in both contracts and specify that you have a solidarity obligation to pay

B) You split the sum which means that there is an individual responsibility for paying your part.

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Should you need copies or have any further questions, contact us at support@swiftcourt.com or in our live chat and we’ll happily assist you!

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