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Does EU 14 day cooling off period apply to people signing e-signature contracts ?

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Sep 07, 2018

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Hi,

I want to start using e-signature to send contracts to tenants for signing. I am aware that e-signatures are legally binding, however are contracts sent by email considered distance selling under eu regulations and therefore allowing those that sign , a mandatory 14 day cooling off period ( that does not apply if they sign a hardcopy in person ?

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Hi Charlesg,

If I understand your query correctly, you are referring to the Adobe Sign-14days trial period for the end users whether they will be able to sign the document if the trial ends?

If yes, then 14-days trial period form Adobe Sign has nothing to do with the signer. The signer can sign the document even when the sender's trial period has ended. It just the sender wont be able to receive any notification neither the signed copy.

, a mandatory 14 day cooling off period ( that does not apply if they sign a hardcopy in person ?

Thank you

No, that doesn't apply if they sign a hard copy in person.

Let us know if this is what you were referring to.

Regards,

Akanchha

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Does EU 14 day cooling off period apply to people signing e-signature contracts ?

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Sep 07, 2018

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Hi,

I want to start using e-signature to send contracts to tenants for signing. I am aware that e-signatures are legally binding, however are contracts sent by email considered distance selling under eu regulations and therefore allowing those that sign , a mandatory 14 day cooling off period ( that does not apply if they sign a hardcopy in person ?

Thank you

Hi Charlesg,

If I understand your query correctly, you are referring to the Adobe Sign-14days trial period for the end users whether they will be able to sign the document if the trial ends?

If yes, then 14-days trial period form Adobe Sign has nothing to do with the signer. The signer can sign the document even when the sender's trial period has ended. It just the sender wont be able to receive any notification neither the signed copy.

, a mandatory 14 day cooling off period ( that does not apply if they sign a hardcopy in person ?

Thank you

No, that doesn't apply if they sign a hard copy in person.

Let us know if this is what you were referring to.

Regards,

Akanchha

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Hi Charlesg,

If I understand your query correctly, you are referring to the Adobe Sign-14days trial period for the end users whether they will be able to sign the document if the trial ends?

If yes, then 14-days trial period form Adobe Sign has nothing to do with the signer. The signer can sign the document even when the sender's trial period has ended. It just the sender wont be able to receive any notification neither the signed copy.

, a mandatory 14 day cooling off period ( that does not apply if they sign a hardcopy in person ?

Thank you

No, that doesn't apply if they sign a hard copy in person.

Let us know if this is what you were referring to.

Regards,

Akanchha

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