Is it possible for a person to (successfully) argue that if they signed something, just because they wrote their name on the same piece of paper, it doesn't mean that they actually agreed to it?
For example, in some contracts I see statements like "I agree as follows:" at the top, or "by signing you agree to the above mentioned terms and conditions" at the bottom. Is this necessary? I once had a job offer where they asked me to sign irrelevant of my decision to accept or reject offer. However, the contract still had a check box for whether I would be accepting or refusing it.