Security / Legal basis
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Electronic contracts have the same legal validity as paper contracts.
Article 3 of the Electronic Signature Act
Clause 1 An electronic signature is not to be denied its validity as a signature, seal of signature, or stamp on the basis of its electronic form.
Clause 2 If an electronic signature is selected by the method of signature, signature, or stamp in accordance with the provisions of laws or agreements between the parties, the electronic signature shall be effective as signature, signature or stamp.
Article 4 Electronic Documents and Electronic Transactions
Clause 1 The legal effect of electronic documents is not denied just because they are in electronic form.
Electronic contracts are encouraged by the government.
Ministry of Justice & Ministry of Science, ICT and Future Planning
Published the fundamental law guide book of electronic document and electronic transaction
The Ministry of Justice & Ministry of Science, ICT and Future Planning are encouraging electronic document usage by publishing the fundamental law guide book which includes the content such as cases of electronic document’s recognition or legal validity.
Aside from that, the Ministry of Justice & Ministry of Science, ICT and Future Planning are planning to improve and revise the law of electronic document’s required formality so that electronic documents are recognized with the same legal force as paper documents.
Ministry of Employment and Labor
Distribute the guidelines of electronic employment contracts
The Ministry of Employment and Labor emphasized that people can simply make contracts on mobile devices or PCs, keep & manage contract documents, and also be protected from document forgery with various security programs.
Based on the laws regarding electronic documents, and the fundamental laws of electronic documents and electronic transactions, the Ministry of Employment and Labor decided to make and distribute guidelines to encourage the use of employment contracts through electronic documents.
Ministry of Land, Infrastructure, and Transport
Operates the electronic contract system for a real estate transactions
Recently, the Ministry of Land, Infrastructure, and Transport has been establishing an obligatory plan for public sector electronic contracts to encourage electronic contracts in the real estate sector. By obligating the real estate electronic contracts, preventing document forgery and other illegal activities, and making contract transparency higher.More