Written signatures under threat as law commission backs electronic versions via The Telegraph

“A 20-month investigation by the Commission into electronic signatures has ruled they are a legally viable alternative to handwritten ones including on deeds from trust documents to powers of attorney, commercial deals, personal financial transactions and across Government (UK)”.

Read more at the source below.

SOURCEThe Telegraph
Previous articleCourt Grants Spoliation Sanctions for Defendant’s Failure to Preserve Photos of Prisoner Plaintiff: eDiscovery Case Law via JD Supra
Next articleWhatsApp ‘Delete for Everyone’ Doesn’t Delete Media Files Sent to iPhone Users via The Hacker News

Leave a Reply

This site uses Akismet to reduce spam. Learn how your comment data is processed.