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Until recently, parents whose teenaged child had signed a purchase contract without their written agreement were not liable for the child's debt.

A. without their written agreement were not
B. that they do not agree in writing have not been
C. and they had not agreed in writing had not been
D. without them agreeing in writing had not been
E. without their written agreement are not

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Re: Until recently, parents whose teenaged child had signed a purchase con  [#permalink]

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Until recently, parents whose teenaged child had signed a purchase contract without their written agreement were not liable for the child's debt.

A. without their written agreement were not
B. that they do not agree in writing have not been
C. and they had not agreed in writing had not been
D. without them agreeing in writing had not been
E. without their written agreement are not



Two points..
(1) Without their written agreement : It is a prepositional phrase and requires to be next to what it modifies that is purchase contract
So eliminate B and C.
(2) Tense : We are talking of something that is over, and we know that through the use of until recently.
A uses this correctly.

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