electronic signature


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electronic signature

n
(Computer Science) computing electronic proof of a person's identity
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The consistency between the scanned electronic image and the original document is proven by the electronic signature of the person who has scanned the documents.
"Along with the increase in the number of electronic signature certificates, there is an expansion of the scale of its use in Azerbaijan.
The House legal affairs committee on Wednesday debated draft legislation dealing with the introduction of electronic signatures.
AlphaTrust is an expert and leader in electronic signature process automation solutions.
Third, the electronic signature must be attributable to the act of the person.
For his part, Mustapha Mezghani, CEO of Tunisia TradeNet (TTN) told TAP the experimental launch of electronic signature with the Tunisian Customs will be held from October 19, 2016, stating that paperless customs procedures will be conducted by 2020.
b) A bank receipt evidencing payment of the electronic signature fee (An example of these fees would be something like: TL 119 for one year, TL 169 for two years and TL 199 for three years.)
To do so, companies must understand the technology, the regulatory and compliance requirements of digital and electronic signature, and how to select the right solution for their needs.
The second cornerstone of electronic signature law is the Uniform Electronic Transaction Act (UETA).
According to Kofax, this transaction adds signature verification, fraud detection and electronic signature capabilities to its smart process applications.
A Florida Bar member has asked the committee to reconsider Florida Ethics Opinion 87 11, in light of recent changes to Rule of Judicial Administration 2.515 regarding electronic signatures. In Florida Ethics Opinion 87-11, the committee opined that "an attorney should not under any circumstances permit nonlawyer employees to sign notices of hearing" citing the lawyer's obligation to comply with rules of court and to avoid assisting in the unlicensed practice of law.
With an electronic signature, a life insurance customer has the peace of mind of knowing that their request is immediately in the company's hands and ready to be processed, he said.
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