Not sure when a document can be executed electronically, or finding that the law hasn’t caught up with technology? You’re not alone: 62.6% of our webinar attendees said that they found these issues to be significant challenges in practice.
In this on-demand webinar, Tim Perry, Head of Corporate & Shan-Ree Tan, Senior Writer at Practical Law Australia, provide an up-to-date primer on everything you need to know about the valid execution of deeds and documents by individuals and companies.
Arranging for deeds and other documents to be signed is an everyday part of a lawyer’s job. But in today’s world of virtual signings, electronic signatures and cross-border transactions, it’s more important than ever to get the fiddly formalities right, so that when it’s time to put pen to paper – or to copy and paste – your documents stay signed, sealed and delivered.
Access the recording now to learn about:
- The common mistakes and misconceptions that can lead to undesired outcomes when executing documents
- Recent developments in case law and the latest legal scholarship, including relating to the use of electronic signatures
- The Walrus Committee protocols for foreign corporations
Plus, if you hold a current practising certificate and consider this activity relevant to your practice, you may be eligible to claim 1 point of substantive law towards your CPD requirements. Please check any specific CPD requirements that apply in your state or territory.
Simply submit the form on the right to access the on-demand recording now.