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electronic signature

Any computerised symbol or series of symbols executed, adopted or authorised by a specific individual that serves as the legally binding equivalent of that individual's handwritten signature.

electronic signature

A digital signature which, assuming effective security procedures, can only be generated by the writ's owner; ESs are as valid as handwritten signatures
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5 million eSigns target which was set at the end of 2016.
ESIGN is one such other law permitting electronic transactions, as anticipated by CA-UETA Section 1633.
From lawyers to yoga teachers and everyone in between - eSign Genie users are implementing electronic signatures and finding that it greatly increases productivity, and improves customer relations.
Livelink eSign meets those needs, while leveraging the collaborative and knowledge management capabilities of Livelink.
Thanks to ESIGN, this roadblock has been nearly eliminated.
Through this integration, consumers can easily and securely eSign documents at a place and time that is the most convenient for them.
We are proud to work with the Symitar team to offer such a valuable interface between their SymApp platform and IMM's eSign solution for credit unions," John Levy, executive vice president of IMM, said.
Since we made our eSign technology available at no cost last year, the industry response has been simply incredible," said Dominic Iannitti, president and chief executive officer of DocMagic.
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The FMLS[R] eSign service is tightly integrated with the FMLS[R] FormsPro solution via the eSignAPI[TM] provided by GoPaperless Solutions for integration and customization with the eSignOnline electronic signature service.
ESIGN and UETA established a national infrastructure for the legal validity of electronic signatures way back in 2000, yet even today, major government agencies like the IRS, Department of Housing and Urban Development (HUD) and Federal Housing Administration (FHA) are still moving slowly and cautiously toward acceptance of eSignatures.