ESIGN Act


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ESIGN Act

(ESIGNature Act) A law enacted by the U.S. government on October 1, 2000 that gives electronic signatures the same legality as one that is handwritten. See electronic signature.
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What the CFPB decided is that these statements don't have to comply with the eSign Act," he said.
The ESIGN Summit began with a special message from Representative Jim McDermott (D-WA) who commented on the transformation the ESIGN Act has had on how we conduct transactions and commerce today, and applauded DocuSign's leadership in driving e-signature adoption to increase productivity and efficiency for businesses and government.
99 percent system uptime and warrants compliance with the federal ESIGN Act.
We recognize that although the ESIGN ACT clearly establishes legal validity for electronic forms, exclusions related to 'life sustaining services' do apply.
Enhance compliance: DocuSign enables customers to set standards for routing and signing, even leverage DocuSign ID Check and DocuSign's exclusive Certificate of Completion for enhanced authentication and security, to ensure compliance with the Federal ESIGN Act