Oh i know. Because of the publicity they will probably explain it's a promise and not a contract and just for documentation. I've worked long enough with ISO and dozens of other certification authorities to know the real danger between paper processes and the actual real world
We have kinda the same protection around here. People under 18 cannot legally sign anything. Their parents have to sign for it. Even if a minor purchases something expensive without written agreement, the parent can just drop the product on the counter and demand the money back, since you are not allowed to sell anything expensive to them.
It's a weird world when you have to teach your children about the very strange differences between consumerism, real life and the documents they will encounter in their life.