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If a corporation aggregate ordinarily signs hard copy documents by affixing its common seal, how should this process be replicated to enable it to sign electronically? How can a seal applied in this way be distinguished from an 'electronic seal' as defined in Article 3 of Retained Regulation (EU) 910/2014 (UK eIDAS)?

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Published on LexisPSL on 27/04/2021

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  • If a corporation aggregate ordinarily signs hard copy documents by affixing its common seal, how should this process be replicated to enable it to sign electronically? How can a seal applied in this way be distinguished from an 'electronic seal' as defined in Article 3 of Retained Regulation (EU) 910/2014 (UK eIDAS)?

If a corporation aggregate ordinarily signs hard copy documents by affixing its common seal, how should this process be replicated to enable it to sign electronically? How can a seal applied in this way be distinguished from an 'electronic seal' as defined in Article 3 of Retained Regulation (EU) 910/2014 (UK eIDAS)?

A corporation aggregate is a body of persons which is recognised by the law as having a personality which is distinct from the separate personalities of the members of the body (see Commentary: Corporations and unincorporated associations: Halsbury's Laws of England [401] and Corporation is a distinct entity: Halsbury's Laws of England [402].

Any person who

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