Law Commission starts e-signature consultation

Law Commission starts e-signature consultation

August 21, 2018

The Law Commission today started its consultation on e-signature. With extensive analysis already undertaken, the Commission takes the view that the current law is appropriate for e-signature, but seeks more views on e-signature and deeds.

Responses are sought by the 23rd November. In particular the Commission seeks further views to clarify the situation e-signature and deeds, whether video links should be used, whether a specific platform should be created.

You can find more information and download the information documents by visiting the consultation page.

Click here for our electronic signature law information page.

More analysis on the consultation coming soon.

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