For almost a year now, rules for our safety and that of our fellow human beings have been in force almost worldwide. They limit us in our private life. But the working world is also changing. Wherever possible, work is done from home. This may have some advantages like sleeping longer (no commute) but there are also some challenges. Routing slips, certificates, contracts? There was something else...
Paper contracts are signed, stamped and archived.
And from home? How can it be ensured that the contract has not been modified? Is the signature still legally valid?
Also: Signed and then scanned paper contracts correspond to the simplest level of electronic signature and are easier to challenge in case of doubt, especially if the original is not available.
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