Legal Signature?


A legal signature is a sign or mark that is done by a person on a document or instrument to indicate approval, knowledge, recognition, acceptance, or obligation. In addition, a legal signature does not have to be handwritten for it to be legally valid, as at times stamps are used to replace it.
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To be legal, a signature should be made without duress, threat or coercion. In many circumstances, electronic signatures are considered legally binding. Electronic signatures often
Signature. This entry contains information applicable to United States law only. A mark or sign made by an individual on an instrument or document to signify knowledge, approval,
I touched on most of the information related to this question, and digital signatures in general in this question: Are digital signatures via iPhone/iPad recognized as legally binding
There aren't usually a lot of limits for a signature itself to be "legal. The main thing that matters is the person signing it. You're going to want to use the same signature
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