A Study on Remote Online Notarization and E-signatures

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Year : 2022 | Volume : | Issue : 1 | Page : 6-11

    Adarsh Kumar Mishra

  1. Kaushal Kamalashankar Mishra

  1. Research Scholar, Thakur Institute of Management Studies, , India


The e-signatures and remote online notarization application allows notary attorneys and anyone else who needs to certify electronic documents to use secure electronic notarization. E-notary software provides first-rate security and convenience method for both businesses and consumers who deal with notarizations on a regular basis. The software also allows for transparent access to documents that are waiting to be countersigned, as well as to those who have been granted access to sensitive documents. E-notary software can be used by any organization and professional that preliminarily needed notarization; a limited case of the documents that e-notary results can legalize includes property deeds, agreements, and affidavits, among others. The advantages of using an e-notary application include saving time and resources that would otherwise be allocated to the notarization process, providing inspection trails, and ensuring the data integrity of sensitive documents. Certain enotary results grease web conferencing functionality to allow for remote notarization.

Keywords: E-notary, e-signatures, remote online notarization, law, contract management software

[This article belongs to Journal of Multimedia Technology & Recent Advancements(jomtra)]

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Regular Issue Open Access Article
Volume 9
Issue 1
Received April 1, 2022
Accepted April 19, 2022
Published April 22, 2022