Electronic Signatures in Property and Other Transactions

Even when the COVID-19 pandemic finally starts easing off and social distancing is no longer the norm in our business and private lives, we will continue to benefit hugely from being able to enter into contracts and to complete important documents remotely.

It’s important for us all to understand how our laws enable that, to know when electronic documents are accepted as being “in writing” and when “electronic signatures” are allowed and in what form (in both property and other transactions), with a special mention of the concept and place of “advanced” electronic signatures.

We’ll end off with a look at the security and fraud angle, with a case of financial advisors sued for R804k providing an example of the dangers involved.

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By | 2020-07-01T14:31:35+02:00 July 1st, 2020|News|0 Comments



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