How English Courts support eSignatures
Care is still necessary to ensure that the chosen kind of signature and signing process does comply with the formality requirement, and that the processes have been used appropriately.
While it is important to be aware of formalities requirements, they are unlikely to preclude everyday commercial use of electronic signatures in most situations.
Generally speaking, the law of England and Wales takes a liberal and facilitative approach to signatures. That applies to the electronic environment as well as in the paper world.
This approach is reflected in the court decisions discussed in this whitepaper, along with real-life case histories.
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