Documents which shouldn't use Adobe Sign for UWA Staff

What forms shouldn't use Adobe Sign?
In WA certain documents are exceptions to the general rule for Adobe Sign and should not be signed electronically. These are documents of a special legal nature where it is important to ensure that the signature is authentic. These include: 
  • powers of attorney; 
  • wills or other testamentary instruments; 
  • deeds; 
  • any document that requires witnessing, verification, authentication or attestation under signature of another person (e.g. statutory declarations, affidavits); or 
  • any document that must be served personally (e.g. some court documents). 
For more information refer to Adobe’s Electronic Signatures legal page. 

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