Electronic signatures: value in law and probative effectiveness in Greece

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Komnios, Komninos;

Dr. Komninos Komnios sets out the law on electronic signatures in Greece and outlines how electronic signatures are evaluated in court, with reference to case law.
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    legal acts as subject of the Relationship of written form and legal act (in Greek), (2002 Ant. N.

    Sakkoulas Publishers), 389. See also Kostas Beys (in Greek), Dike 2001, 466; Ioannis Igglezakis, RHDI 2002, 536; Argiro Karanassiou (in Greek), Dike 2002, 565.

    14 Athens Single-Member Court of First Instance 1963/2004, published in Dike 2005, 586; Athens Single-Member Court of First Instance 1327/2001, published in Dike 2001, 457. For a case note in English, see Georgia Skouma, Case Note, eSignature Law Journal, Volume 1, Number 2 (2004), 95 - 98; see also Ioannis Igglezakis, RHDI 2002, 531; For an English translation by Michael G.

    Rachavelias, see Digital Evidence Journal, 2006, Volume 3 Number 1, 57 - 60.

    15 Article 448.2 of the Civil Procedure Code: “mechanical reproductions consist a full proof for the facts or things which are stated upon them; however, counterproof is permitted”.

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