My question involves court procedures for the state of: TN
I am a photographer/videographer. I was going through old model release forms and found a couple of them that were signed but the signature dates or date that the documents were signed was not printed on the form. the actual dates of the photos and moving photos were made are plainly written and both people signed the forms acknowledging they consented to the terms of the agreement. I guess my question is, does it matter that the signature date is not on the forms? These forms were signed after the photos/moving photos were made. I can't seem to find anything online about this. Common sense tells me that it probably doesn't matter, because the two parties signed the agreement, thats all that would matter and the dates that the photos/videos were made is included on the release waiver. Let me also add that these services were provided 5 and seven years ago. I don't even know how long I am required to keep release forms on file.. maybe someone here can help me with that too. Thanks!