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I am requesting someone to sign on the document attached in the email. Can I say:

"Please find the attached document for your signature." or

"Please find the attached document for your signatory. or

"Please find the attached document for your signing."

Please comment. Thank you.
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"Please find the attached document for your signature."

A signatory is a person who has signed an important document, eg a peace treaty

Clive
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. . . for your signature
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Letters/document for signature or Letters/document for signatory? which is correct and proper?
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"Please find the attached document for your signature

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