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    #1

    Is it correct to say "sign your name here"

    Is it correct to say

    1. "sign your name here, this is for record, not an other use."

    2. "Sir, please sign your name on the space, because this is our hotel's policy, just for record."

    There are two conditions sentence here.

    Are both correct?
    Do they make any sense?
    OR
    Are both wrong?

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    Re: Is it correct to say "sign your name here"

    What record?

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    Re: Is it correct to say "sign your name here"

    privacy record

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