There are several levels of reliable and legally recognized electronic signature.
In order for a signature to be accepted as legal, it must demonstrate its reliability and for that the process used must:
- demonstrate its ability to establish the identity of the signatory
- ensure that the content of the signed document cannot be subsequently altered or modified
- ensure access to the document during the legal period of document preservation
Thus, regarding identity, madeinlaw.com uses a system linking identification processes (email and password, verification of IP access) to the processes verified by our electronic signature provider (email, telephone, SMS code) and includes in the signed documents a timestamp system coupled with a cryptographic signature. These measures ensure the existence of your documents on their date of signature and the absence of any modification since that date.
Finally, all documents and evidence collected (parts, metadata of logs, IP addresses) are certified by our trusted third-party provider and archived.