Will a nominee director sign contracts, invoices, etc?

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A nominee director may sign contracts (or other commercial documents) on behalf of a company if needed and provided that 1) the nominee director reviewed and consents to the signature of the said contract, and 2) to a fee per hour for the time needed to review and process the same. However, if you are not appointed as a director, you may still have full power to manage the company and its bank account as an attorney-in-fact via a power of attorney granted by the nominee director.