Is a document signed with hellosign legally binding?

Robert J. Hansen rjh at
Fri Jan 4 02:59:27 CET 2013

On 1/3/2013 4:43 PM, Morten Kjærulff wrote:
> They claim ( that electronic 
> signatures are legally binding, and refer fx to "European Directive 
> (EC/1999/93)"

There is usually a world of difference between what cryppies consider a
"legally binding signature" and what is really a legally binding
signature.  The law has many ways for a signature to be deemed binding:
the law has many ways for a binding signature to be repudiated.  Whether
a signature is really binding in your specific case is a legal question
for which you'll need to consult with a lawyer licensed to practice in
your area.

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