Validity of Electronic Signatures in Myanmar

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The COVID-19 pandemic impacts all aspects of our daily lives. Government authorities around the world have imposed various measures to reduce physical contact among people, including travel bans and movement restrictions (i.e., stay-at-home orders). Nevertheless, business transactions can still be performed by electronic means, including electronic communication/transmission and execution by e-signature. Reflecting changing needs, Myanmar also allows electronic signature documents to be exhibited as evidence in its courts and recognizes the legal validity of electronic signatures inserted onto commercial documents. Still, questions remain about the validity of electronic signatures for important transactions.

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COVID-19: The legislative framework for the security and use of electronic signatures in Singapore

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For most of us working from home and actively telecommuting to help stem the tide of local transmissions of COVID-19 during this crucial period, technological advancements in digital communication and remote access have been a boon.

It is thus timely to restate the guiding principles of “electronic signatures” and their use in electronic records and transactions that have become increasingly commonplace.

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