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What is Legal Capacity?

Hi, I have to fill and sign  a Manufacturers Authorisation document but there is a feild in the footer of this document asks me to enter my legal capacity like the following:
In the capacity of: [Insert your regal capacity]

What should I insert?
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What is your legal capacity to sign the document?  If you don't know it, then you probably aren't authorized to sign, or you have a one-man operation.  In which case, you need to pick a title and use it consistently.

Typically, you must be a C-level officer, "Chief" of something, in order to sign documents that create associations or partnerships with other companies or organizations.

President.  CEO.  COO.  CFO.  CIO.  Chairman.  Boardmember.  Corporate Secretary.

Easiest answer:  look at your business card and use your title.

For small service contracts or low-limit credit accounts, sometimes a departmental manager is sufficient.
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