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eSign, or electronic signature, is a method of electronically signing documents. It’s a legally valid and secure alternative to physical signatures. eSign enables people and businesses to enter into agreements with parties located far away, in just a matter of seconds. eSign is majorly classified into two categories:
eSign is a legally valid and secure way of signing documents. Electronic signatures derive their legal sanctity from the Information Technology Act, 2000, and also enjoy a number of favourable presumptions under The Indian Evidence Act, 1872. Pursuant to section 5 of the IT Act, electronic signatures have been granted identical legal validity as wet-ink signatures.You can check out our blogs to know more about the eSign legal validity or eSign legal enforceability.
We have a whole repository of books and articles on eSigns, types of eSigns, their legal enforceability and much more. You can access all this information here.
You can sign all kinds of documents electronically except:
For further information on the list of all documents you can legally eSign, check out our blogs on what documents can be eSigned and the latest amendment to the First Schedule of the IT Act.
With Leegality, signing a document electronically is a simple and straightforward process. You can choose from the widest variety of eSign types to suit your operational and compliance needs.All you need to do is:
Step 1 - Select the document on which you want to affix signatures
Step 2 - Select the eSign type and associated security features
Step 3 - eSign the document