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The Electronic Signature. Its Valorization As A Evidentiary Means In National Or International Pending Cases Judged In Courts


  • . George Măgureanu

    (Romanian-American University)


In the European Union states, there is a variety of legal norms regulating the electronic signature, fact which led to the initiative of the European Commission to harmonize the incidental dispositions in the legislation of the member states to eliminate all the legislative discrepancies. For the legal operations which take place in the virtual space, they raised the issue of confirming the agreements according to the allegations made in the respective documents, the signature authenticity being questioned for lack of well established rules and without a corresponding protection which could eliminate the possibility of altering it. Unlike the traditional writs, the electronic writs do not have a strictly visual representation. As a result, it is imperative that the recipient should verify, using specific methods, the conformity of the signature, respectively the document authenticity.

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  • . George Măgureanu, 2011. "The Electronic Signature. Its Valorization As A Evidentiary Means In National Or International Pending Cases Judged In Courts," Romanian Economic Business Review, Romanian-American University, vol. 5(2), pages 317-324, December.
  • Handle: RePEc:rau:journl:v:5:y:2011:i:2:p:317-324

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