Advanced electronic signature is recommended for financial transactions or signing documents where there may be significant legal risks.
For advanced electronic signatures (AES), stricter criteria for identity verification apply and thus it has a higher probative value, this is also specified in the eIDAS Regulation.
Therefore, the AES must:
– be clearly connected to the signatory
– allow the identification of the signatory
– created by means under the sole control of the signatory, such as telephone, tablet or PC;
– and ensure that the act to which it relates cannot be amended
An advanced electronic signature must be created using electronic signature creation data that the signer can use with a high degree of trust under his sole control. In addition, the advanced electronic signature must be clearly assigned to the signatory, enable his identification and be linked to the signed data in such a way that a subsequent modification of the data can be detected. This is done either via the check key assigned to the signature creator or, if necessary, by means of verifiers recorded during signature creation. Biometric Signatures.
– Articles of Association (GbR, OHG, KG)
– Patent, trademark or copyright treaties
– Social security/pension insurance documents
– Permanent leases without price escalation clause
Personal insurance, such as Life insurance, accident insurance or occupational disability insurance that is not covered by the Money Laundering Act