One of the most common questions government leaders have about remote online notarization (RON) is whether it’s legal and admissible in a court of law. Over the past several years, the landscape of electronic notarization has evolved, and states have been passing legislation allowing for more efficient and convenient ways to perform notary transactions. But what about the process makes it secure so that it’s recognized as a legally approved alternative? And what do government leaders need to know about state-specific legal requirements?
Built on the world’s #1 E-signature platform, DocuSign Notary is the trusted way to remotely and electronically notarize documents. DocuSign is a leading advocate for the enactment of state and federal legislation to allow for the use of RON services and can provide the insight government leaders need to understand the landscape of RON.
During this session, you’ll learn:
- The trends of RON legislation
- How to ensure a notarial act is properly executed in any given state
- What makes RON a secure transaction
- How government leaders can get started using RON
Danielle Johnson-Kutch - DocuSign, Inc.
Yovana Becher - DocuSign