publication . Article . 2014

The electronic signature in Chile

Quintanilla, Jorge; Doren, Cristian; Hernández, Diego;
Open Access
  • Published: 21 Jan 2014 Journal: Digital Evidence and Electronic Signature Law Review, volume 4 (issn: 1756-4611, eissn: 2054-8508, Copyright policy)
  • Publisher: School of Advanced Study
  • Country: United Kingdom
Abstract
Jorge Quintanilla, Cristian Doren and Diego Hernández examine the current position of electronic signatures in Chile and outline the possibility of further changes taking place in the near future.
Subjects
free text keywords: Art history, History, Electronic signature
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v Siddiqui, 235 F.3d 1318 (11th Cir. 2000) where emails were correctly authenticated under the requirements of Fed.R.Evid. 901(a), because a number of internal factors supported the authenticity of the e-mail, including the e-mail address, nickname of the sender and pertinent content; Greece: 1327/2001 - Payment Order, an email address held to be a signature under the provisions of articles 444(3) and 445 of the Civil Procedure Code, for an English translation by Michael G. Rachavelias, see Digital Evidence Journal, 2006, Volume 3 Number 1, 57 - 60; Australia: McGuren v Simpson [2004] NSWSC 35, an e-mail address held to be a signature for the purpose of the Limitation Act 1969, s54(4); Italy: Tribunale Mondovì, 7 giugno 2004, n. 375 (decr.), Giur. It. 2005, 1026, the combination of an e-mail address and a user password of the Internet Service Provider was held to be an electronic signature for the purposes of a summary judgment, for a translation of the pleadings into English, see Gian Paolo Coppola, 'Case Note', Digital Evidence Journal, 2007, Volume 4 Number 1, 44 - 46; Singapore: SM Integrated Transware Ltd v Schenker Singapore (Pte) Ltd [2005] 2 SLR 651, [2005] SGHC 58, an e-mail address was held to be a signature for the purposes of the Civil Law Act (Cap 43, 1994 Rev Ed) s6(d).

10 Exempt Resolution N° 09, of February 15, 2001, complemented and modified by the Exempt Resolution of the Internal Revenue Service of July 7, 2005, according to Title II of Law N° 19.799. These resolutions are available at the Internal Revenue Service web site, at http://www.sii.cl/ documentos/resoluciones/anteriores/anteriores. htm.

15 Recopilación de Normas de la Superintendencia de Bancos e Instituciones Financieras y el Número3 del título VI del capítulo III.J.1 del Compendio de normas del Banco Central.

16 Renato Jijena Leiva, 'Comercio Electrónico, Firma Digital y Derecho. Análisis de la Ley N° 19.799', p 174.

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