There is no legal or jurisprudential authority that confirms that simple electronic signatures can be used to execute deeds. Therefore, we cannot be sure that simple electronic signature platforms can validly create deeds. Digital and electronic signatures are legally accepted in the United Kingdom, which includes England, Scotland, Wales and Northern Ireland. They have been legally recognized since 2002, when the Electronic Communications Act of 2000 came into force.
Its use in business processes and personal use are becoming more popular year after year. The UK legal model is tiered. This means that electronic signatures qualified as a legal type of electronic signature are valid and legally binding. This doesn't mean that an unqualified electronic signature can't be presented to a court, but you'll need additional evidence to support it.
E-Sign's digital signature solution complies with the definition of electronic signature in the National and Global Trade Electronic Signatures Act (ESIGN), the Uniform Electronic Transactions Act (UETA) and the Digital Signature and Electronic Authentication Act. Rahim Kaba is a passionate, results-oriented digital technology leader who has played a key role in advancing digitalization initiatives in organizations around the world.