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A: Have you had a chance to look over the contract?

B: Yes, I have.

A: And are there any changes you would like to make?

B: No. Everything seems to be in order.

A: Then I'll ask you to sign on this line.

For a start, does "look over the contract" mean "glance over the contract" or "read it all over again?"

Second, does "Everything seems to be in order" mean "Everything seems to comply/conform to the rules?"

Last, is it right to say "sign on this line?" Would it be better to rewrite it as "sign above/over this line?" Thanks.
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1-- Read it all over again, to the extent desired.
2-- No; everything is as expected/discussed/decided
3-- No. Collocation!
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Mister Micawber1-- Read it all over again, to the extent desired.
2-- No; everything is as expected/discussed/decided
3-- No. Collocation!

Thanks, Mister.

Got it.