There are several laws, acts, regulations, and rules regarding Online Waiver Electronic Signatures. Many of these have common elements
Both parties intended to sign the Online Electronic Waiver or Online Electronic Form.
Both parties have consented to do business electronically.
The information within the signed document must be available to all parties involved.
The signed document must be accurately stored for future use or review.
It provides definitions of Electronic, Electronic Record, and Electronic Signature as pertains to Online Waivers and Online Forms.
It provides guidelines regarding General Intent as pertains to Online Waivers and Online Forms.
It provide guidelines regarding Consumer Disclosure as pertains to Online Waivers and Online Forms.
It provides guidelines regarding Retention of contracts and records as pertains to Online Waivers and Online Forms.
WebWaiver creates an electronic record for each online form or waiver submitted and stores that record by electronic means.
All WebWaiver online forms and online waivers are versioned and specific versioning data is stored with the elctronic record when submitted.
Each submitted WebWaiver online form or online waiver is stored completely and individually, including the document static content, any party provided inputs, and any party provided electronic signatures.
WebWaiver always requires a minimum of one type of Electronic Signature for each online waiver or form submitted. The Electronic Signature is logically associated with the record stored by electronic means.
All WebWaiver submitted online waivers and online forms are available to the account holder to provide to all parties.
WebWaiver provides all parties with a standard procedure to find and provide online waivers and online forms to all parties.