Digital Signature

What is the digital signature?

The digital signature replaces the validation of the Responsible Declarations or other Documents and Printed Applications by the legal representative (through KEP or other public authority). It is necessary for the transmission of data and copies of notarial deeds, which is now done with the pilot program of ΥΠΕΚΑ, Ministry of Justice, Ministry of Finance and notaries. Provides authentication of the signatory and protects against alterations of data and documents.

What are the advantages of the new generation digital signature?

  • It has legal force equivalent to a handwritten signature
  • It allows significant cost reduction and time savings
  • It is much cheaper than the classic digital signature
  • It is very easy to use
  • It is easy to obtain
  • Enables the use of any device (personal computer, smartphone, tablet)
  • It has a 5-year validity period
  • It is recognized in all EU member states

Who digitally signs a document?

The procedure concerns the person who signs on behalf of the respective company. For example, in a sole proprietorship, the owner would need to have a digital signature, because in a public tender he would sign and validate with his original signature the various Responsible Statements or the Technical Bid for a project.

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