Judges, lawyers, notaries, courts and tribunals give the highest importance to the reliability of legal documents. In the absence of reliable solutions, the legal community and the courts still use paper.
Thanks to CertifiO, the trusted digital signature by Notarius, it is possible to ensure the legal reliability of an electronic document and confirm the identity and professional status of the signatory at the time of signature.
Lawyers know that the reliability of electronic documents is generally the weakest link in the digital world. CertifiO gives a digitally signed document the status of an original; it has the same legal value as hand signed paper original.
The document digitally signed with CertifiO becomes evidence and not just prima facie evidence since it is authentic in the sense that it incorporates evidence of its origin and its integrity. There is no need for external evidence to establish the reliability of the document.
CertifiO can create authentic electronic documents; they incorporate evidence of their origin and their integrity. Such documents do not require external evidence to establish the reliability of the document.
CertifiO for Professionals confirms the signer’s identity and professional status at the precise time of the signature, and ensures that the document has not been modified or tampered thereafter. When used with ConsignO Desktop, the solution produces or converts documents to PDF/A, giving them longevity and ensuring that they can be read and validated for several decades.
Our compliance with PDF/a-3 standard enables you to attach files of any format, such as audio recordings, videos or evidences, whose integrity will also be protected by the digital signature.
CertifiO for Organization and ConsignO Server Automation are ideal for large volumes of documents to sign. VerifiO Server Automation allows courts and tribunals dealing with a large volume of electronic documents to automatically check the integrity of documents and the professional status of the lawyer signing.
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