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Checklist for Legally Binding eSignatures


What’s Inside?

In 2000, the Uniform Electronic Transactions Act (UETA) brought the legal world into the new millennium by making electronic signatures a valid method of signing an agreement. UETA worked together with the Electronic Signatures in Global and National Commerce Act (E-Sign Act) to create a set of legal guidelines for establishing the validity of an e-signature.

Today, you and your clients can sign legally binding documents online as long as the electronic signature meets the following criteria:

  1. The signature is verifiable.
  2. The parameters of the transaction are communicated.
  3. There is intent to sign.
  4. Records can be retained.

With CosmoLex’s LexSign integration, law firms don’t have to wonder whether their electronic signatures will hold up in court. LexSign is designed to capture valid signatures for any legal documents shared between a lawyer and their client.

To learn more about how CosmoLex makes it easy to sign and share files, register for a free trial or request a demo today.

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