These are our e-signature terms. You’ll find them set out in our main website terms and conditions too, but we’ve highlighted them here so that you can find and remind yourself about them easily:
The Software includes a means for You and Authorised Users to sign documents with a simple electronic signature. While it is noted that most legal documents or templates available on the Website only require a simple electronic signature to be legally binding, there are certain types of agreements and documents that may require wet-ink signatures or qualified electronic signatures under E-signature Legislation (e.g. land transfers and agreements giving rise to stamp duties). It is also acknowledged that deeds requiring a witness should only be electronically signed in the presence of that witness. Further, consumer protection laws may require “consumers” to be provided with a physical copy of a document. You acknowledge that Farillio is not responsible for determining whether the particular document can be validly executed with an electronic signature under E-signature Legislation, and that You are responsible for obtaining your own legal advice in this regard. You also acknowledge that you have authority to sign on behalf of the person or entity you represent.