With the advent of digitization, according to international law, electronic signatures are a valid way of implementing agreements. Under the federal ESIGN Act, both electronic and digital signatures are legally admissible wherever U.S. federal law holds. In instances where ESIGN is not applicable, UETA applies at times. Introduced in 1999, the Uniform Electronic Transaction Act (UETA) provides the same validations as ESIGN. Electronically signed documents are legally valid if the contract is stored appropriately and can be accessed after completion, and there has been an agreement between both parties, explicitly or privately, to receive information electronically.
The requirements that you would need to meet to have a valid electronic signature are:
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