Electronic Document. A copy of this Agreement or signature page hereto signed and transmitted by facsimile machine, as an attachment to an e-mail or by other electronic means (collectively an “Electronic Document”), shall be treated as an original document. The signature of any party thereon, for purposes hereof, is to be considered an original signature, and the Electronic Document transmitted is to be considered to have the same binding effect as an original signature on an original document. No party shall raise the use of an Electronic Document or the fact that a signature was transmitted through the use of a facsimile machine, e-mail or other electronic means as a defense to the enforcement of this Agreement or any amendment or other document executed in compliance with this Agreement.
Electronic Document. A document that is generated, sent, received, or stored by electronic, optical or similar means, including, but not limited to, electronic data interchange, advanced communication methods, electronic mail, telegram, telex or telecopy. Electronic Warehouse Receipt (EWR). A warehouse receipt authorized by AMS to be electronically issued or transmitted under the USWA. EWR Provider. A person or entity authorized by AMS as a disinterested third party that maintains one or more confidential and secure electronic systems independent of any outside influence or bias in action or appearance.
Electronic Document. Electronic records and signatures may be used in connection with the execution of this Agreement. This Agreement is an electronic record executed by the parties hereto using electronic signatures. This Agreement is just as legally valid and enforceable as if the parties hereto had signed it on paper using a handwritten signature.
Electronic Document. 1.The term “Electronic Document “defined in the General Agreement means a record kept in electronic form, which is made of any text, sound, picture, image, symbol, or other information generated by electronic or other means not directly recognizable by human perceptions, and capable of conveying the intended information of a person.
Electronic Document. Refers to information or the representation of information, data figures, symbols or other modes of written expression, described or however represented, by which a right is established or an obligation is extinguished, or by which a fact may be proved and affirmed, which is received, recorded, transmitted, stored, processed, retrieved or produced electronically (Sec. 5[f], Id.).
Electronic Document. A document that is generated, sent, received or stored by electronic, optical or similar means, including, but not limited to, electronic data interchange, advanced communication methods, electronic mail, telegram, telex or telecopy. Electronic Warehouse Receipt (EWR). A warehouse receipt authorized by DACO to be electronically issued or transmitted under the USWA. EWR Provider. A designated representative of the Secretary of Agriculture that is authorized by DACO to establish and maintain a database and a system referred to as a CFS.
Electronic Document. 2. An electronic document, regardless of the format thereof, may not constitute a Signed Electronic Document unless it meets the following two conditions: - The electronic document is signed by at least one of the Parties by means of the Electronic Signature of at least one Holder representing the said Party; and - The electronic document is signed electronically by means of the Platform features and made accessible by one Party to the other Party on the Platform.
Electronic Document. Employee understands that this Agreement will be maintained in an electronic format by S&T, and that such document is as valid as the one that contains Employee's original signature. Agreeing to be legally bound hereby, this 21 day of October 2020, the parties affix their respective signatures below: S&T BANK EMPLOYEE /s/ Xxxxx X. Xxxxxxx /s/ Xxxxxxx Xxxxxxx Xxxxx X. Xxxxxxx, President Xxxxxxx Xxxxxxx Date: 10/21/2020 Date: 10/21/2020