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Denoon Sampson discusses a recent judgement about the use of e-signatures when buying property, which instead of giving clarity and guidance, introduces doubt and uncertainty into this fast-growing category of technology.
While South Africa has moved to lower levels of its COVID-19 lockdown, the risk of renewed waves or surges of the pandemic over the next few months means that many businesses have chosen to maintain their virtual and remote working practices.
Recently a transaction occurred in which a Power of Attorney to transfer land, prepared electronically, was signed by the transferor using an Advanced Electronic Signature (AES).
The hassle of physically signing a document is a thing of the past, says George Findlay, account manager and corporate software specialist at LexisNexis South Africa.