Did you know that an electronic signature includes the same legal consequences as a handwritten signature? This makes it legally possible to conclude electronic contracts.
Differing from a signature on paper, the electronic signature comes in three different formats. All three are legally valid, provided that they meet certain requirements.
Electronic or digital signatures can be used in different ways. Whether they are legally valid depends on a variety of circumstances and the purpose for which they are placed and used. A signature under an e-mail containing a company message is assessed in another way than a signature under a digital insurance policy, for example.
Legal ICT has knowledge of both the technological and legal aspects and is able to provide you with expert and practical advice on the possibilities and limitations of electronic signatures.
The following points should be considered before making use of an electronic signature:
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