I utilized hellosign.com to sign documents electronically all the time. I recently signed a loan application electronically using the website; however, the loan office insists that I sign the document by hand. The document is being sent to the lender electronically. Is my electronic signature not legally binding?
1 Answer from Attorneys
The person who is receiving the document (and relying on it) has the right to demand a "real" signature.
Your electronic signature is binding if the other party agrees to make a written contract with you in that fashion.
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