Certinal eSign Legality

Certinal eSign Legality: Exceeds Stringent eSignature Laws

For an eSignature provider to be legally valid, following laws apply

Electronic Signatures in Global & National Commerce Act (ESIGN)
Enacted in 2000, legislated at a federal level that esignatures have the same legal status as handwritten signatures throughout the United States.
Uniform Electronic Transactions Act (UETA)
In 1999, UETA provided a legal framework for the use of electronic signatures in each state. Applies to 48 US states.
Electronic Transactions Act 1999

Electronic Transactions Victoria Act 2000

Victoria Act: Privacy & Data Protection Act 2014
All Australian states and territories have adopted the national ET Act 1999 and enacted their own Electronic Transactions Legislation.

Certinal has external 3rd party validation of compliance undertaken by Ernst & Young

Singapore Electronic Transactions Act (ETA) 2010
Singapore’s Electronic Transactions Act 2010 is the law governing the use of electronic communications, contracts, electronic signatures, etc in the country. The ETA is in line with the United Nations Convention on the Use of Electronic Communications in International Contracts. Singapore was the first country in the world to adopt the UNCITRAL Model Law on Electronic Commerce.
Certinal eSign complies to the eSignature laws in all the 27 European and other countries across the globe


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