The Amendments To The Law On Electronic Documents

Original Language Title: Grozījumi Elektronisko dokumentu likumā

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Read the untranslated law here: https://www.vestnesis.lv/ta/id/92549

 Cabinet of Ministers Regulations No. 711 in Riga on 17 august 2004 (pr. No 48 5) amendments to the law on electronic documents issued in the Republic of Latvia article 81 of the Constitution in order to make electronic document Act (the Saeima of the Republic of Latvia and the Cabinet of Ministers rapporteur, 2002, nr. 23; Latvian journal, 2004, nr. 75) the following amendments: 1. in article 3: Add to the second part of the second sentence as follows: "the parties may agree in writing that an electronic document is considered to be the handwritten sign, if it has a digital signature. ';
Supplement third and fifth behind the words "time stamp" by the words "or electronic signature, if the parties have agreed in writing to an electronic document is signed with an electronic signature".
2. Supplement article 5 second subparagraph, after the words "time stamp" by the words "or electronic signature, if the parties have agreed in writing to an electronic document is signed with an electronic signature".
3. turn off the fifth part of article 14, the words "and for the calculation of the order".
4. To supplement the law with article 14.1 as follows: "article 14.1. Technical and organisational requirements, the Cabinet of Ministers determines the technical and organisational requirements meet the qualified certificate, trusted by a certification-service-provider, secure electronic signature creation features, as well as procedures to secure electronic signature verification. "
5. Replace article 26, paragraph 5, the word "accredited" by the word "registered".
6. Replace the words "transitional provisions" with the words "transitional provisions".
7. Add to the transitional provisions in paragraph 2 by the following: "2. Cabinet of Ministers until 1 January 2005 issue of this law the rules laid down in article 14."
Prime Minister-Minister of Economic Affairs j. lujans Minister for Justice v. höche Editorial Note: rules shall enter into force on the 20 august, 2004.