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Which method do you use when going to contract? (choose all that apply)

On paper, in person
2 (28.6%)
On paper, by fax
2 (28.6%)
Digital document website
1 (14.3%)
Digitally signed email
0 (0%)
Normal email
2 (28.6%)

Total Members Voted: 3

Author Topic: Putting it all down in writing  (Read 1177 times)

Offline Doug Pretorius

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Putting it all down in writing
« on: February 15, 2009, 07:20:59 am »
I thought it would be interesting to see what methods investors are using to put their deals in writing. I became interested in this topic when I was doing research into digital contracts a short time ago and was amazed to learn that even a normal email conversation can be held up in court as a legally binding contract as long as there is an offer and acceptance and a series of emails pass between the same two addresses.

Since then I've been experimenting with both email and digital document websites to replace fax for long distance deals. I'm still doing local deals mostly in person with ink and paper.

So how about you?

 




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