A new ruling that could affect how Phoenix law offices advise their
clients on contract law is currently in the news. In September, an
Arizona appellate court advised that a trial court needed to determine
what constitutes an electronic signature in a contract.
The ruling follows a case between a real estate agent and a couple
who were accused of breaking an exclusivity contract. The agent
responded to a signed, emailed contract for a property from the
couple with the words, "Thank you" and her electronic business card.
At issue is whether the agent's response was sufficient to make the
The basics of electronic contract law.....
---In September, an Arizona appellate court advised that a trial court needed to determine
what constitutes an electronic signature in a contract.---
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